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Archeology & Bioarcheology

Relics of the past. Dig in and share your thoughts, findings and what nots about stuff from the past.

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Latest Activity: Oct 28, 2009

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Started by curt. Last reply by curt Aug 30, 2009. 11 Replies

The Glauberg is a hill located ca. 32 km to the north-east of Frankfurt at Glauburg. The…Continue

Quiz Time

Started by curt. Last reply by curt Aug 29, 2009. 2 Replies

Let's start off with one that's puzzling me. Is the fellow in the following picture the same fellow as in the picture that follows the following picture?The first picture is from the Waldgirmes Press…Continue

Digs near your location

Started by curt Aug 28, 2009. 0 Replies

We have a number of dig sites nearby. The nearest being Glauberg. Waldgirmes, where the gold plated roman horse head was unearthed last week is just north of us, to the east of Giessen. I spoke with…Continue

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Comment by Mouse on September 4, 2009 at 11:15am
Those were indeed Irish people. Oh. I've only had one drink in 25 years. Hmph.
I used to sing and recite poetry. But you weren't supposed to do that sort of thing here in England. Then I fell in love with a fellow who's eyes changed colour after the first glass, and never stopped loving him. He's dead now. Have one for me. Have another.
Comment by curt on September 9, 2009 at 10:45am
Olzreuter Ried,

somewhere near Olzreuter, Germany, a few very old wheels have been unearthed. The only mention I could find today were a few tiny, unimpressive articles in German. The wheels were found a few days ago. Today marked the day the archeological team announced the discovery to the press. I'm sure there's more to come once the rest of the world catches a whif of this. Oh, the wheels are somewhere around 4900 years old and the ...what's it called, axis is still intact. This is a real sensation, folks.

Wooden wheels.
Comment by curt on September 27, 2009 at 4:06am
Gold! What happens next?
Comment by curt on October 3, 2009 at 6:29am
Comment by pan on October 28, 2009 at 7:54am
Mystery stone found near church linked to Knights Templar


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