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Dr Alexandre Loktionov

Rethinking Pharaonic Government: Constitutional Lessons from Ancient Egypt

Dr Alexandre Loktionov is an ancient historian interested in the justice systems of ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia. He is a Fellow of Christ’s College, Cambridge, and the Royal Society of Arts.

Dr Loktionov discusses ancient Egyptian ideas of government and how they illuminate the development of constitutional principles over two millennia before Magna Carta.

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