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Funding 

How is this dynamic project funded? 

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Previous and currently funded areas of study are as follows:

1. New York University, New York.  Amheida and Epigraphy.

2. Monash University, Melbourne, Australia and Australian Research Council:.  Mut el Kharab, Ismant el Kharab, Christian monuments,

3.  Groningen University  el-Qasr house restorations

4.  Groningen University: el-Qasr Roman site excavation.

5. The Dakhleh Trsut

6.  Prehistory in Kharga Oasis , Wenner-Gren Foundation & Calgary University

7.  Leiden University, Epigraphy, Islamic studies.

8. Polish Academy of Sciences and Poznan Museum, rock art recording

9.  Archaeological Survey of Dakhleh Oasis.  Royal Ontario Museum & Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada & Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities

10. Triannual Symposiums, expenses met by institutions & Dakhleh Oasis Project, in Royal Ontario Museum, Durham University, Netherlands Embassy in Cairo, Soleiri University, Monash University, Leiden University, Polish Academy of Sciences & Jagellonian University, Poznan Museum.

Additional past support received from:

  • Frances Cahill
  • Roberta Shaw
  • Dr. Gayle Gibson
  • Jocelyn Badovinac
  • Peter Mackenzie-Smith
  • Gillian Miles
  • Dr. Judith Trowell
  • Prof. Manfred Woidich
  • Sir Graham Boyce
  • Mr & Mrs John Ruffle
  • Mr. Mark Walters
  • Dr. Peter Sheldrick
  • Dr. Jason Thompson
  • Marija & Rik Vos
  • Prof C.S. Churcher
  • Dr. M.M.A. McDonald
  • Prof. M. R. Kleindienst
  • Michael Ackroyd
  • Mrs Janet Notman
  • Miss Irene Hindmarsh
  • Bob Partridge
  • Miss A. Carter
  • Barclays Bank Cairo
  • Vodafone Egypt
  • Royal Ontario Museum
  • National Geographic Society
  • Australian Research Council
  • Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada
  • Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities
  • Royal Ontario Museum
  • Seven Pillars of Wisdom Trust
  • The Dakhleh Trust
  • The British Embassy, Cairo
  • Vodafone Egypt
  • Barclays Bank Egypt
  • HSBC
  • Netherlands Embassy, Cairo
  • Netherlands-Flemish Institute in Cairo
  • Stuart and Glenys Carter
  • Catherine Baines

 


 

Areas of study we are currently seeking funding for:

1. ‘Ain Gazzareen (Excavation of Old Kingdom)

2. Camp expenses

3. ‘Ain Birbiyeh (Excavation and restoration of temple)

4. Quarries Study

5. Rock Art Recording

 Donate://dakhlehoasisproject.com/support-the-trust/

 

Previous and currently funded areas of study:

1. New York University, New York.  Amheida and Epigraphy.

2. Monash University, Melbourne, Australia and Australian Research Council:.  Mut el Kharab, Ismant el Kharab, Christian monuments,

3.  Groningen University  el-Qasr house restorations

4.  Groningen University: el-Qasr Roman site excavation.

5. The Dakhleh Trsut

6.  Prehistory in Kharga Oasis , Wenner-Gren Foundation & Calgary University

7.  Leiden University, Epigraphy, Islamic studies.

8. Polish Academy of Sciences and Poznan Museum, rock art recording

9.  Archaeological Survey of Dakhleh Oasis.  Royal Ontario Museum & Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada & Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities

10. Triannual Symposiums, expenses met by institutions & Dakhleh Oasis Project, in Royal Ontario Museum, Durham University, Netherlands Embassy in Cairo, Soleiri University, Monash University, Leiden University, Polish Academy of Sciences & Jagellonian University, Poznan Museum,

Additional past support received from:

  • Frances Cahill
  • Roberta Shaw
  • Dr. Gayle Gibson
  • Jocelyn Badovinac
  • Peter Mackenzie-Smith
  • Gillian Miles
  • Dr. Judith Trowell
  • Prof. Manfred Woidich
  • Sir Graham Boyce
  • Mr & Mrs John Ruffle
  • Mr. Mark Walters
  • Dr. Peter Sheldrick
  • Dr. Jason Thompson
  • Marija & Rik Vos
  • Prof C.S. Churcher
  • Dr. M.M.A. McDonald
  • Prof. M. R. Kleindienst
  • Michael Ackroyd
  • Mrs Janet Notman
  • Miss Irene Hindmarsh
  • Bob Partridge
  • Miss A. Carter
  • Barclays Bank Cairo
  • Vodafone Egypt
  • Royal Ontario Museum
  • National Geographic Society
  • Australian Research Council
  • Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada
  • Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities
  • Royal Ontario Museum
  • Seven Pillars of Wisdom Trust
  • The Dakhleh Trust
  • The British Embassy, Cairo
  • Vodafone Egypt
  • Barclays Bank Egypt
  • HSBC
  • Netherlands Embassy, Cairo
  • Netherlands-Flemish Institute in Cairo
  • Stuart and Glenys Carter
  • Catherine Baines
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