"Moustafa Gadalla. Are you familiar with his works?"
I am familiar with his works only through other writers. I haven't read them yet. There is a lot of "comparative kemetic studies/egyptology" out there which is good.
More interesting to I, though less available, are really good works on the 9,000 BCE to 4000 BCE period. Again, what comes down to I&I from Kemetic culture is something that is "intactct" already by the first dynasty. Does Gadalla have much to say about the pre-dynastic era? What, in the I opinion, is Gadalla's most important work?
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