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Very useful 'archaeological' website
#31
Like a true martyr!
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#32
oh a bit of 15, nice 1
Reason: your past is my past
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#33
myself, i always prefered the hitites - whatever the press
If they can get you asking the wrong questions, they don't have to worry about answers
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#34
CARTOON REALITY Wrote:A portable hole - would that count as a cut or a fill?

Depends if you've also cunningly shovelled all your spoil down it so you can take it away in your pocket at the end of the day and keep the site tidy - just make sure it's the right Hole you empty out when backfilling, don't want to accidentally dump 50,000 tons of soil back into your 1x1m test pit........ :0
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#35
Nuttella, portable holes, pits and weirded religious thingies it's good to be back to the home of all true archaeologists. How about the ten commandments for archaeologists who wish to enter into the service of the temple of The great and almighty BAJR. ( he who must, be obeyed ) .

I have had a hard two weeks and need as much light relief as possible (not prepared to fork out good cash for it though)
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#36
Quote:need as much light relief as possible (not prepared to fork out good cash for it though)
I think you're getting muddled up with executive relief, Wax.
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#37
Kel Wrote:I think you're getting muddled up with executive relief, Wax.

how about executive light relief or even light executive relief...... Help my brain is melting:face-smart:
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#38
Wax Wrote:How about the ten commandments for archaeologists who wish to enter into the service of the temple of The great and almighty BAJR. ( he who must, be obeyed )

I'd nominate

"There shall be no more new books on Neolithic Pits until people trying to write report discussions have had a chance to catch up" :0

or

"There shall be no more books on Rock Art, at all, ever, until the authors figure out in their 'distribution' sections that it mostly occurs where the rocks are" :face-stir:
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#39
Dinosaur Wrote:"There shall be no more new books on Neolithic Pits until people trying to write report discussions have had a chance to catch up" :

come on then - spit it out
If they can get you asking the wrong questions, they don't have to worry about answers
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#40
P Prentice Wrote:come on then - spit it out

Gimme chance! - not finished the exciting bedtime reading yet (keep falling asleep for some reason)
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