Monday, May 16, 2011

For as long as man has taken to the seas, ships have been one of the primary vectors of cultural and technological exchange. The role that seafaring played in the discovery, expansion, and
conquest of the world should not be underestimated. As perhaps the world’s first true seafaring society, much is derived from ancient Egyptians’ successes on the water. This presentation will discuss the primary evidence for Egypt's place in the larger history of seafaring,

Dr. Pearce-Paul Creasman

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