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  • Popplestone, Ann
    ... From: Ron Fellows [mailto:rfellows@ABAC.COM] Sent: Saturday, November 04, 2000 10:19 PM To: ANTHRO-L@LISTSERV.ACSU.BUFFALO.EDU Subject: Travel Ancient
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      FW: Travel Ancient Empires with the AIA San Diego

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      From: Ron Fellows [mailto:rfellows@...]
      Sent: Saturday, November 04, 2000 10:19 PM
      To: ANTHRO-L@...
      Subject: Travel Ancient Empires with the AIA San Diego


      Greetings:

      Announcing our new Web site http://www.AncientEmpires.org  The site
      features itineraries and photos of our archaeological/educational tours
      of Egypt, Mexico, and Turkey. Later we'll include Syria, Malta, and
      more. It's a big world out there.

      Our next group leaves for Egypt February 17-March 3, and there are only
      seven spots left.  We visit sites that others pass over, not realizing
      the treasures at their feet.  Passengers also receive our book
      Hieroglyphs for Travelers that teaches them to read the names of
      pharaohs, queens, and gods. They read and understand -- while others
      only stand in awe and wonder what those little pictures mean.  See it
      at:  http://www.AncientEmpires.org and click on Egypt.  Don't miss this
      dream tour of a lifetime.

      Visit our Ancient Empires booth #22 at the AIA/APA Joint Annual Meeting
      January 3-6, 2001 at the Marriot Hotel in San Diego, California.  We'll
      have the San Diego Society's centimeter scales for sale along with our
      latest tour information and our book Hieroglyphs for Travelers (also
      available at Amazon.com, Barnes&Noble.com, and Borders.com).

      This year's AIA/APA Meeting will feature a Kids Fair, so bring the
      family.  We will also be participating in the Kids Fair, teaching the
      kids to write and read Egyptian hieroglyphs. Well, their names at least,
      and perhaps the curse from Idu's tomb on the Giza plateau.

      Ron Fellows, CM, Editor, The Glyph
      Executive Vice President, AIA San Diego
      International Association of Egyptologists
      Associate Director, Heritage of the Americas Museum
      http://www.AncientEmpires.org

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