My primary research interests concern ancient Egypt, but I also have a wider interest in funerary customs as well, which led to a book on British royal tombs (a second edition of which is forthcoming). On a completely different tack, I also work on naval history between the middle of the nineteenth century and the present day, including the publication of papers and initial work towards a book on German battleships of the Second Reich.
Within Egyptology, my particular areas of specialisation are Egyptian dynastic history and chronology; tomb architecture; coffin and sarcophagus design; canopic equipment (the containers for mummified ...
I studied at Langley Grammar School, Slough, Berks; Collingwood College, Durham University; the University of Liverpool; and Christ's College, University of Cambridge. I received a BA in the Archaeology of the Eastern Mediterranean from Liverpool in 1985, an MPhil in Museum Practice & Archaeology in 1986 and my PhD in Egyptology in 1995, both from Cambridge. I was elected a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London in 2003.
Moving from London, where I did some teaching for the Workers' Educational Association, to Bristol in 1996, I have taught here ever since, at extramural, undergraduate and post-graduate level ...
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