Patrick Clarke is an Egyptologist with primary interests in the pharaonic tombs of the Valley of the Kings, particularly the tomb cutting techniques, wall decorating, and associated texts. Long ago convinced that the Egyptian chronology is over-extended by several centuries, Patrick has spent two decades researching into, and writing about, the conflicts of the Egyptian chronology with that of the Old Testament. He is constructing a revised chronology demonstrating that the Old Testament history from the beginning of Genesis onwards is completely reliable. Patrick currently resides in France with his wife Anne, and son Daniel.
- Egyptian blue: The science of the ancients and their ‘eternal’ colour
- The biomedical properties of ancient Egyptian black eye makeup
- Was Thutmose III the biblical Shishak?—Claims for the ‘Jerusalem’ bas-relief at Karnak investigated
- Why Pharaoh Hatshepsut is not to be equated to the Queen of Sheba