Sunday, 14 October 2012

Update from Taa-Oewie Project! (Dig Houses)

Welcome to the Taa-Oewie Project!: - Sent using Google Toolbar

Just received this news letter update from the project, so now you can follow them on Facebook

We send you this message, because at some time or another over the last four years we have been in touch (by e-mail, or through personal contact) regarding the project my wife Monica and I are pursuing: The Tawy Project. Thus, we received your e-mail address and, at this moment, decided to send you a message.
After reading, please feel free to respond through the contact form on our website or unsubscribe from future messages by clicking the link at the bottom of this mail.
As you might, or might not, remember, this project is all about researching and documenting the history of dighouses in Egypt.
Although both research and making up documentation (which is, or will be, published on our website Http://www.tawy.nl) is going well, We feel that our project could do with a bit more exposure. That is why we decided to put our information on Facebook, as well as on our website.
Now, in order for this to work, we need people to support us, by “Liking” our page (and sharing its content). So our question to you, if you are interested in the history of dighouses in Egypt ├índ if you do have a Facebook account of your own, is to “Like” the Tawy Project.

Our Facebook page can be found at https://www.facebook.com/t3.wyproject

It would mean a lot to us, if you could find the time to visit our page and give our project a push by “liking” it.
We also would like to take this opportunity to draw you attention to one of the most beautiful dighouses in Egypt, which is in dire need of (financial) aid, in order to preserve it: “Bayt Clarke”, at one time the home for English Architect Somers Clarke and currently in use by the Belgian Archaeological Mission to Elkab.
Information about this particular house and ways to help with its restoration can be found on our website at: http://www.tawy.nl/Saving_Bayt_Clarke.html


Last, but not least: Should you have any information, about any dig house in Egypt, you would like to share with us, please don't hesitate to contact us, through the contact form on our website.
For now, we would like to thank you for your attention and we hope to see you on our Facebook Page, our website or, hopefully one day, in person.
Best regards from
Marcel and Monica Maessen
The t3.wy Project

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