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Lorraine Evans studied Egyptology, Ancient History and Archaeology at University College London and the University of London respectively. She is currently studying for her PhD at the IIPSGP on Egyptian and World Philosophy and is also a Research Fellow at the GGU. Lorraine is author of the best-selling book Kingdom of the Ark, together with Warrior Women of Northern Europe and the new release Murder at Medinet Habu - A Heritage Tour Guide, the first in her mini-heritage tour series.
Lorraine Evans is at the forefront of historical revisionism and is regarded as a ground-breaking academic researcher, writer and broadcaster. She has recently been appointed Academic Advisor to The Sirius Project, a top team of Egyptologists working in the Western deserts of Egypt. In addition, her work has also been dramatically transformed into graphic novel format by the legendary Godfather of British comics, Pat Mills (2000AD, Judge Dredd). Lorraine is an expert on Ancient Egyptian religion, in particular the Theban Priesthood together with the Amarna period of Egyptian history. Her research skills are often in demand and comprise the best-selling books Tutankhamun: The Exodus Theory (Andrew Collins and Chris Ogilvie Herald), The Tutankhamun Deception (Gerald O' Farrell), Act of God, (Graham Phillips), Moses: The Legacy, (Graham Phillips), Gods of Eden (Andrew Collins), Gateway to Atlantis (Andrew Collins). She has worked as an academic advisor on many internationally acclaimed TV documentaries including Secrets of the Dead (Channel 4), The Tutankhamun Deception (Channel 5), Gladiatrix (Channel 4) and The Soaring Stones (The History Channel)
Lorraine Evans has worked on countless archaeological excavations, lectured throughout the country and has served on a number of archaeological committees, including Lanista Ancient Warfare Academy and the Institute of Field Archaeologists. Her current projects include the up-coming book 'The Little Book of Ancient Egyptian Curses', (release date November 2013) all monies of which will be donated to Animal Care of Egypt, based in Luxor.