The Campaigns of Seti I into Western Asia; Peter J. Brand, PhD; April 3, 2008
In his lecture, Brand re-examines splendid battle scenes that secured Seti’s reputation as one of Egypt’s most victorious pharaohs. How much of the pharaoh’s war record is ancient “hype,” and how much reflected true strategic accomplishments? Brand answers these questions and a lot more.
Peter Brand (PhD 1998, University of Toronto) is professor of history and Egyptology at the University of Memphis. He directs The Karnak Great Hypostyle Hall Project in Egypt, where he leads a team to record the rapidly deteriorating reliefs and inscriptions on the temple walls.
Archaeology, Lecture Series
History of Art, Architecture, and Archaeology
Brand, Peter J. and Southern Adventist University, "The Campaigns of Seti I into Western Asia; Peter J. Brand, PhD; April 3, 2008" (2008). Lynn H. Wood Archaeological Museum Lecture Series. 6.