Terra cotta website update #1: Survey

I am designing a public history website about ancient Egyptian terra cotta (from the Greco-Roman period) as part of the Digital Media Design course at Birkbeck.
Egyptian terra cotta figurines are often small, mass produced depictions of supernatural and ordinary people. Several copies survive from Egyptian and reveal a lot about different aspects of society and culture. I aim to create a first point for all the information on this exciting subject.
If you have time, please do fill out my survey. It would be very useful to me to gain as much feedback about peoples’ interest in this subject. This survey assumes that you have an interest in ancient history either for personal or professional reasons. It is a very short survey and will only take 2-3 minutes. I really appreciate all the entries I get.
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A wireframe for the homepage. (Image taken from Gods and Men in Egypt by Françoise Dunand and Christiane Zivie-Coche).
As well as the survey, I am also looking at names for the website, so if you have any ideas for names please let me know.

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