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    Posted: 18-Mar-2011 at 14:46

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A New Evolutionary History of Primates

 


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  Quote Centrix Vigilis Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18-Mar-2011 at 20:31
Given recent past events this is tremendously good news.
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Ancient Egyptian artefacts found and thieves apprehended
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  Quote medenaywe Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 19-Mar-2011 at 04:23
We separated from The Branch in same time with Gorilla and Symphalangus?Was this clever enough?
Old World Monkeys,Great Apes,Gibbons and Human.I can explain myself now,why do world is like this! 
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  Quote Centrix Vigilis Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 19-Mar-2011 at 17:06
Glad you liked the post.
 
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I continue to be amazed at Roman finds 1500-2000 years old still being found almost with rediculous regularity in Britain. Somethings up! End of Days?Tongue
 
Rare Roman altar stones uncovered in Musselburgh
 
 


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  Quote medenaywe Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 19-Mar-2011 at 17:16
I hate pictures in low resolution and unclear.There are not reasons for news than!We have to trust someone about something we can not see!This is not your fault of course.But post about gluon is good.Most of artifact's pictures on Net are "invisible".With P.S.:"Trust me there is picture/script of this/that?"Are we stupid to see that?Underestimated for sure we are!
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  Quote Centrix Vigilis Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 19-Mar-2011 at 17:23
Yes I often find that problen in dealing with archaeological news comming from the PRC. It's either then and there or it isn't.
 
 
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  Quote Centrix Vigilis Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 20-Mar-2011 at 13:24
And another site in Gloucestershire.....man I knew I should a been an archaeologist....lol.
 
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  Quote red clay Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 21-Mar-2011 at 10:26
Originally posted by Centrix Vigilis

Glad you liked the post.
 
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I continue to be amazed at Roman finds 1500-2000 years old still being found almost with rediculous regularity in Britain. Somethings up! End of Days?Tongue
 
Rare Roman altar stones uncovered in Musselburgh
 
 
 
 
I have several friends who are landscape gardeners in the UK.  2 of them work out of Manchester, which means "Main Camp".  They have an extensive collection of Roman coins and other small artifacts that they have collected over the years, just from cultivating and maintaining peoples flower beds.  2 years ago they had it appraised at over a 100,000 lbs.
 
And I spend hours scrounging for an arrowhead.  ConfusedWink
 
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  Quote Cryptic Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 21-Mar-2011 at 10:43
As a side note, the British Law regarding found antiquities is well thought out and encourages people not to hide or conceal their finds (finds are usually the property of the finder, they must report it to the Crown can offer fair market value for exceptional cultural items).
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  Quote Centrix Vigilis Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 21-Mar-2011 at 14:18
Originally posted by Cryptic

As a side note, the British Law regarding found antiquities is well thought out and encourages people not to hide or conceal their finds (finds are usually the property of the finder, they must report it to the Crown can offer fair market value for exceptional cultural items).
 
 
Varys from my experience in the US. private property is one thing but if it is of unusual or extremely signficant social or theological-spiritual value ie. bones etc of human remains (generally Native American) it's usually controlled by state and or federal law.
 
Which i endorse as I detest antiquities thieves as much as forum spammers.Big smile
 
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Underwater archaeology...that's dangerous stuff but can be absolutely remarkable in their finds.Wink
 
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Wart Detected on Egyptian Queen Beauty

 
 
Damn look at that red hair wart or not.Big smile
 
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  Quote Centrix Vigilis Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23-Mar-2011 at 16:56
alright...great stuff forthcomming here.Smile
 
 
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Originally posted by Cryptic

As a side note, the British Law regarding found antiquities is well thought out and encourages people not to hide or conceal their finds (finds are usually the property of the finder, they must report it to the Crown can offer fair market value for exceptional cultural items).
 
 
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Which i endorse as I detest antiquities thieves as much as forum spammers.Big smile
 
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The operative phrase is "culturally significant".  Apparently, Manchester is one of those places where you can't put a shovel in the ground without finding something.  Coins, oil lamps etc. small artifacts.  The Gov. only gets twisted over things like the Staffordshire Hoard. 
 
In the US it varies from state to state.  Unfortunately, it all comes down to enforcement, and the money available to investigate and prosecute.
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Archaeologists unearth 150 Roman graves in Canterbury
 
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An update on work being done at Llwydiarth Esgob Farm.
 
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Explorer David Thompson's first trading post discovered in Manitoba

 
Excellent. Thompson was an early hero of mine and it's delightful that the man's accomplishments have restirred interest.
 
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Nice stuff CV.  It's not common to see an arch. take on something like the religious practices.  I have a special interest that hopefully, I'll be able to share soon.

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