We have evidence of this kind of research, for example, with the novel Joseph and Asenath, written by an Egyptian Jew. See Alain Zivie, La Prison de Joseph: L’Egypte des pharaons et le monde de la Bible (Paris: Bayard, 2004), where I approach this kind of question. This has never been published in English, but a new modified, enriched, and updated version is now ready to be published in French under the title L’Egypte et la Bible, where I also evoke the question of ‘Abdiel (‘Aper-El). There is a project to publish this French edition together with an English edition (titled Egypt and Bible), as soon as the question of the funding is resolved. At the same time, the publication of the tomb Bubasteion I.1 at Saqqara is now being prepared and will be included in the series Les tombes du Bubasteion à Saqqara (Toulouse). Finally, if support is found, an updated English edition of Découverte à Saqqara: Le vizir oublié (which won awards from the Académie des Beaux-Arts and the Société des Gens de Lettres, Paris) under the title The Forgotten Vizier: Chronicle of a Discovery will be pursued.