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We will enter between the two paws of the Sphinx alone and see the smile of the Sphinx.You will visit my great discovery, the Tombs of the Pyramid Builders.We are always keen to hear from you and you just need to ask to speak to one of our consultants Archaeological Research Services Ltd (ARS Ltd) and the Scottish Universities Environmental Research Centre (SUERC) have set up a new ‘Community Archaeology Radiocarbon Dating Fund' (CARD Fund) as of January 2016.The scheme is intended to provide support to community groups and projects to acquire radiocarbon dates for their projects.Visit the Land of the Pharaohs with the most famous archaeologist in the world – Dr. With Thanks to the special permissions from the Minister of Antiquities, our one-of-a-kind Royal Tour includes private entrances to the Giza plateau and the Luxor temple outside opening hours, the Great Sphinx enclosure and the Tombs of Pyramid Builders in Giza, an active excavation site closed to the public.There is no better person to lead you through the fascinating history of ancient Egypt than Dr. For over 20 years he held all the keys to the Egyptian antiquities - First as a Secretary General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities, later as a Minister of State for Antiquities. Zahi Hawass will join our group for sightseeing of the most important sites in Egypt. Hawass’ talks and expert observations, that he will share with us next to the world's greatest monuments, you will experience Egypt like no one else.
There are copying, tea and coffee making and toilet facilities available.
It is called the most important discovery of the 20th century, because for the first time we could learn about the people who built the Pyramids.
A world figure and widow of the late Egyptian President and Nobel peace prize winner Anwar Sadat, Mrs.
The scheme is open to community-based projects throughout all of the UK with a closing date of 30th The ARS Ltd library, located in Bakewell, is open to the public and books, periodicals and off-prints can be consulted during normal working hours, Monday to Friday, but books are not allowed to be taken out.
The library is very extensive and we have a wide range of regional journals covering large parts of the UK as well as seminal volumes and computer access to various online journals.
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Please do not hesitate to contact us at our Bakewell office to see if we can help with your project.