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t3.wy Lectures:
Excavating in Archives

Excavating in Archives.

Somewhere in the mid-19th century, the word “Egyptology” was coined: The name connotes the scientific study of ancient Egyptian history, language, literature, religion, architecture and art from the 5th millennium BC until the end of the 4th century AD. Some 165 years later, Egyptology has become part of history, and now there is a movement afoot to investigate and study its evolution.

The t3.wy Foundation is a frontrunner in the field and the only foundation in the world that focuses specifically on uncovering the history of Egyptology. Although the foundation is still in its infancy, there already is a lot of attention to the outcome of their research.

In this lecture we will tell you the story of the tA.wy Foundation and their plans and goals for the future. Plans and goals which are in need of your attention as well, as without your (financial) support, a lot of their plans cannot be pursued.

For more info on how to book this lecture, please contact us.