Anthony Spalinger is Professor of Egyptology at The University of Auckland. He received his PhD from Yale University, specializing in Egyptian military inscriptions. His research orientations have centered upon historical aspects of the New Kingdom, especially pharaonic Egypt's interconnections with Western Asia, but also have branched out independently to include the calendrics of ancient Egypt.
Standing as a summary of Spalinger's ideas at the time of the Yale lectures in 2012, this study covers two research sides of modern Egyptological research by a life-long student of ancient Egyptian calendrics and the Egyptian military. 10 b&w illus.
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Feasts and Fights - Essays on Time in Ancient Egypt