Tim Moller, Archaeologist, Egyptologist & Historian

“My mind is tuned to the ancient world, and I see the systems of change over time as key to understanding the human story. This explains my research interests, which, whether about Byzantine architecture or the development of the railways, is about establishing a chronology and contact between people(s). My current doctoral research examines the changing relationship between Egypt and Sudan throughout antiquity, but focuses on the Greco-Roman period between 300BC-AD400. I have never been afraid to strike off in my own direction but find I am adept at carrying others with me on my journey.”