Alan M Fildes
Having studied Egyptology and Ancient History for over 30 years, i specialise in the Old and Middle Kingdom Pyramid sites and their related mastaba fields. As part of my research into official titles of the Old Kingdom i am compiling a corpus of 5th Dynasty false door inscriptions from Giza and Saqqara. As part of my Saqqara-based research i have worked as part of the Oxford Expedition to Egypt team led by Dr. Yvonne Harpur of Linacre College Oxford in the tomb of the vizier Kagemni and on contemporary reliefs and inscrptions in the Egyptian Museum Cairo.
My published work includes articles and reviews in:
– the Egyptology Magazine
– Nile Offerings
– The Nemes On-line Archive the Egyptian Ministry of Tourism website
– Egyptvoyager website has used my articles.
For 30 years i have lectured extensively on my specialist subjects throughout the UK at venues including: Oxford University’s Archaeology Society ( who invited me to lecture on the Necropolis of Saqqara ); Manchester University Extra-Mural Department; The Sussex College of Egyptology; The Nile Organisation; The Horus Egyptology Society and many others. Having worked for the Bales Tour organisation on Nile cruises, I also take study tours to Egypt and museum collections such as Cairo the Louvre and Harrogate where i am involved in the Egyptology exhibition “Land of the Pharoahs”. Recently i was invited to launch the Premiere of Mysteries of Egypt at Reged in Cumbria and have recently completed a teaching post at York University Extra-Mural Dept.