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This is a "Gods, Graves, Glyphs" -- Archeology/Anthropology/Ancient Cultures/Artifacts/Antiquities, etc. PING list.

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1 posted on 07/16/2004 11:27:11 PM PDT by SunkenCiv
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This is an alpha list of all topics that popped up in a search for keyword 'archaeology' (far from a foolproof procedure).
10,000 ancient bamboo Documents ("Slips") unearthed in Hunan ^ Posted by vannrox On 07/01/2002 7:52:14 PM PDT with 25 comments
13Th Century Tablet Could Lead To Lost Archives Of Ramses II ^ Posted by blam On 09/28/2003 9:31:05 AM PDT with 7 comments
2,000-year-old corpse found intact in mystery fluid ^ Posted by vannrox On 07/18/2002 5:48:23 PM PDT with 41 comments
2004 WORLD MONUMENTS WATCH LIST: 100 MOST ENDANGERED SITES ANNOUNCED ^ Posted by nwrep On 10/13/2003 7:31:19 PM PDT with 7 comments
2500 yr-old necklace found in cave ^ Posted by Mark Felton On 02/20/2004 6:24:41 AM PST with 15 comments
35,000 year old "modern human" remains Discovered! ^ Posted by vannrox On 03/10/2004 6:10:11 AM PST with 214 comments
5,000-Year-Old Axe Head Found On Stonehenge World Heritage Site ^ Posted by blam On 09/21/2003 3:03:25 PM PDT with 16 comments
9,000 Year-Old Axe Unearthed at Culmore (Ireland) ^ Posted by jimtorr On 09/01/2003 3:00:05 AM PDT with 62 comments
After 5,000 Years, the Mystery Of Fritz Just Won't End ^ Posted by presidio9 On 02/03/2004 5:55:32 AM PST with 22 comments
America's Lost Colony: Can New Dig Solve Mystery? ^ Posted by blam On 03/03/2004 2:52:01 PM PST with 65 comments
Ancient (Christian) Graves Found On Cliffs ^ Posted by blam On 06/17/2004 4:09:34 PM PDT with 8 comments
Ancient Cities Discovered In Yangtze Valley ^ Posted by blam On 08/02/2003 4:01:46 PM PDT with 23 comments
Ancient Clay Stamp Seals And Sealings Of Sri Lanka ^ Posted by blam On 02/08/2004 4:46:31 PM PST with 8 comments
Ancient Indian settlement found in remote Utah ^ Posted by forsnax5 On 06/26/2004 12:25:31 PM PDT with 11 comments
Ancient Leetsdale sandbar reveals history as 8,000-year-old stories come to life  ^ Posted by Willie Green On 10/13/2002 11:51:32 AM PDT with 8 comments
Ancient meditation cave discovered in north China ^ Posted by vannrox On 07/01/2002 7:56:24 PM PDT with 13 comments
Ancient remains found in central Florida peat farm ^ Posted by Bernard Marx On 10/13/2003 12:26:57 PM PDT with 120 comments
Ancient site hints at first US settlers ^ Posted by Pikamax On 01/02/2004 8:02:29 AM PST with 19 comments
Ancient Tombs Reveal Bronze Age Civilization ^ Posted by blam On 10/07/2003 4:32:25 PM PDT with 5 comments
Arafat's 'archaeology' ^ Posted by knighthawk On 10/23/2002 3:47:09 PM PDT with 14 comments
Archaeological Cover-ups -- A Plot to Control History? ^ Posted by PeaceBeWithYou On 04/08/2002 11:55:01 AM PDT with 46 comments
[26.7 mil. Later] Archaeological Find Will Be Reburied ^ Posted by johnny7 On 10/16/2003 6:28:03 AM PDT with 11 comments
Archaeologist Discovers Lost Arms of Venus De Milo ^ Posted by Rodney King On 11/13/2002 2:02:19 PM PST with 45 comments
Archaeologist promises to return Croatan ring (N.C. / Lost Colony) ^ Posted by Constitution Day On 09/04/2002 7:21:06 AM PDT with 19 comments
Archaeologist sheds light on pyramid origin ^ Posted by vannrox On 02/16/2004 4:46:46 PM PST with 23 comments
Archaeologists dig in Bosch's Garden ^ Posted by SteveH On 09/19/2002 1:16:12 AM PDT with 2 comments
Archaeologists discover alma mater of Archimedes ^ Posted by SteveH On 05/09/2004 11:03:56 PM PDT with 12 comments
Archaeologists find coins from Bar Kochva era in Ein Gedi Reserve ^ Posted by yonif On 04/17/2003 1:14:52 PM PDT with 8 comments
Archaeologists find legendary Icelandic home ^ Posted by SteveH On 09/16/2002 8:27:11 AM PDT with 31 comments
Archaeologists Find Thousands Of 2,000-Year-Old Files ^ Posted by blam On 07/21/2002 3:56:06 PM PDT with 31 comments
Archaeologists Reveal Utah Canyon Filled With Ancient Settlements ^ Posted by nuconvert On 06/30/2004 8:44:46 PM PDT with 33 comments
Archaeologists tackle China mystery ^ Posted by freedom44 On 07/05/2004 6:13:33 PM PDT with 10 comments
Archaeologists Uncover Ancient Maritime Spice Route Between India, Egypt ^ Posted by blam On 02/08/2004 12:57:17 PM PST with 25 comments
Archaeology / Judging By These Remains, The Tanakhic Description Is Anchored In Reality ^ Posted by blam On 10/26/2003 5:31:29 PM PST with 18 comments
Archaeology / When Golan Worshipers Faced South ^ Posted by blam On 07/27/2003 2:50:52 PM PDT with 8 comments
Archaeology Find Redefines Fijian History Of First Peoples ^ Posted by blam On 08/25/2002 4:40:43 PM PDT with 22 comments
Archaeology Paper Reports Meaning Of Indian River Names ^ Posted by blam On 03/11/2003 4:25:49 PM PST with 47 comments
Archaeology: Ancient Sailing On High Seas, Evidence In Ustica ^ Posted by blam On 11/07/2003 8:55:09 AM PST with 5 comments
Archaeology: Site Yields Evidence Of Farming (Wisconsin, 12,000 Year Ago Site) ^ Posted by blam On 09/03/2003 8:25:36 AM PDT with 52 comments
ARCHAEOLOGY: Dates Boost Conventional Wisdom About Solomon's Splendor ^ Posted by Lessismore On 04/11/2003 6:13:20 PM PDT with 15 comments
Archeologists to Unearth Ancient Egyptian City ^ Posted by Tancred On 08/28/2002 12:10:31 PM PDT with 9 comments
The Atlantis between Spain and Morocco. The Expedition Revealing discoveries. ^ Posted by Maria Fdez-Valmayor On 10/30/2003 12:36:28 PM PST with 17 comments
Battle Of Bannockburn Stirrups Unearthed ^ Posted by blam On 10/17/2003 2:45:19 PM PDT with 36 comments
Biblical Archaeology Aims For Contex ^ Posted by blam On 12/23/2003 2:36:22 PM PST with 12 comments
Borders Folks May Be Descended From Africans (Hadrian's Wall) ^ Posted by blam On 06/13/2004 2:15:19 PM PDT with 17 comments
Bricks With Molded Designs Unearthed In Chongqing (Caucasians in Ancient China) ^ Posted by blam On 01/12/2004 9:28:45 AM PST with 33 comments
Britain And France In Dispute Over Cave Art ^ Posted by blam On 10/16/2003 10:47:34 AM PDT with 6 comments
Bronze Age observatory to be rebuilt in Germany  ^ Posted by SteveH On 09/15/2002 3:17:14 PM PDT with 3 comments
Bronze Artifacts Found Off Egypt's Coast ^ Posted by blam On 01/18/2004 2:37:22 PM PST with 11 comments
Buried Megaliths Discovered At Stone Circle Site (Avebury) ^ Posted by blam On 12/02/2003 5:34:50 PM PST with 29 comments
Campaigners See Hope for Elgin Marbles' Return ^ Posted by Tancred On 08/19/2002 10:54:35 AM PDT with 3 comments
Caves Hold Clue To The Riddle Of The Three Hares ^ Posted by blam On 07/03/2004 2:43:19 PM PDT with 39 comments
Celestial Bronze Age disc recovered ^ Posted by SteveH On 10/04/2002 2:27:44 AM PDT with 6 comments
Coalition troops asked to leave Babylon ^ Posted by Pikamax On 06/23/2004 12:30:06 PM PDT with 4 comments
Colombian Lake Holds Secret of El Dorado Legend ^ Posted by Tancred On 09/21/2002 6:43:36 AM PDT with 1 comment
Confederate Ironclad May Have Been Found (CSS Virginia aka Merrimac) ^ Posted by SpringheelJack On 04/30/2003 4:53:48 PM PDT with 44 comments
Conservators speculate on last moments of USS Monitor's crew ^ Posted by SteveH On 01/01/2003 4:40:21 PM PST with 5 comments
Dawn Of American Religion Found (2,250 BC) ^ Posted by blam On 04/14/2003 4:53:48 PM PDT with 17 comments
Did The Ancient Greeks Make A Computer? ^ Posted by Holly_P On 11/01/2003 9:21:03 AM PST with 85 comments
Digging Out The Truth Of Exodus ^ Posted by blam On 10/12/2003 10:27:46 AM PDT with 4 comments
Disaster That Struck The Ancients ^ Posted by blam On 12/08/2001 2:51:43 PM PST with 139 comments
Discovered: Europe's biggest amphitheatre after the Coliseum ^ Posted by Pokey78 On 09/26/2003 2:42:10 PM PDT with 18 comments
Discovery casts doubt on Bering land bridge theory  ^ Posted by NukeMan On 08/04/2003 12:50:12 PM PDT with 53 comments
Discovery Of Ancient Site Stuns Experts (Scotland) ^ Posted by blam On 08/02/2003 4:40:29 PM PDT with 22 comments
Dozens of women want Bronze Age hunter's babies ^ Posted by SteveH On 04/25/2003 10:35:13 AM PDT with 54 comments
Earliest Stone Tools And Bones Site Discovered ^ Posted by blam On 11/04/2003 4:11:26 PM PST with 65 comments
Early makeup kit may confirm biblical story ^ Posted by Walkin Man On 02/23/2004 8:08:10 AM PST with 23 comments
Early Pilgrimage Site Marks ìSwine Miracleî ^ Posted by vannrox On 01/13/2003 10:46:31 AM PST with 23 comments
EGYPT - NEW TOMBS DISCOVERED ^ Posted by NYer On 06/06/2002 8:10:29 AM PDT with 19 comments
THE EXECUTIONER'S MOAT (Interesting Discoveries in the dirt)! ^ Posted by vannrox On 02/19/2004 1:28:53 PM PST with 50 comments
Expedition Hunts Giant Meteor (1500AD - NZ) ^ Posted by blam On 02/07/2004 11:28:42 AM PST with 7 comments
Expert Says Iraq Could Rewrite Archaeology Books ^ Posted by blam On 03/05/2004 2:51:50 PM PST with 33 comments
Experts Question Authenticity of Bone Box for `Brother of Jesus' ^ Posted by Kaiwen On 12/03/2002 9:08:03 PM PST with 54 comments
Experts Work To Save Easter Island Statues (More) ^ Posted by blam On 03/07/2004 4:38:46 PM PST with 20 comments
Flag Day - What did the first "Stars & Stripes" flag look like ? ^ Posted by XRdsRev On 06/14/2004 10:00:43 AM PDT with 2 comments
Florida State Professor Hoping to Find Roman-Era Pirate Ships ^ Posted by nuconvert On 07/04/2004 4:18:32 PM PDT with 3 comments
From the Desert, a Wellspring of Ancient Manuscripts ^ Posted by SteveH On 06/29/2003 7:34:52 AM PDT with 1 comment
Golden Caldron Evokes Mystery of Hidden Nazi Gold ^ Posted by Tancred On 08/10/2002 12:07:00 PM PDT with 8 comments
A great selection of archaeological Links. ^ Posted by vannrox On 01/30/2003 7:54:22 AM PST with 7 comments
Grusome Secret Of (Scotland's) Antonine Wall ^ Posted by blam On 02/19/2004 3:43:45 PM PST with 14 comments
Herculean task for modern scholars - More on the Discovered Roman Literature being unearthed. ^ Posted by vannrox On 04/05/2002 3:43:19 PM PST with 37 comments
Holocaust of Giants: The Great Smithsonian Cover-up ^ Posted by vannrox On 07/22/2002 1:51:31 PM PDT with 29 comments
The Holy Grail Of Archaeology (Another Search For Atlantis) ^ Posted by blam On 04/30/2004 12:51:34 PM PDT with 31 comments
Human settlements far older than suspected discovered in South America. ^ Posted by vannrox On 04/21/2002 5:41:59 PM PDT with 15 comments
Human-Cat Relationship Goes Back Further (then previously thought)  ^ Posted by SoCal Pubbie On 04/08/2004 10:00:53 PM PDT with 26 comments
Important discoveries in Jingdezhen (Chinese archaeology) ^ Posted by maui_hawaii On 01/28/2004 8:06:02 PM PST with 32 comments
Innovative software offers clues to age-old puzzle ^ Posted by SteveH On 05/20/2004 7:54:52 PM PDT with 4 comments
Iron Age leader and his chariot found in motorway excavation ^ Posted by Cicero On 12/06/2003 6:39:15 PM PST with 31 comments
Ishi - The Last Yahi Indian ^ Posted by vannrox On 07/26/2002 5:10:10 PM PDT with 61 comments
Island Hopping To A New World ^ Posted by Fedora On 02/18/2004 2:24:06 PM PST with 26 comments
Israel begins investigation into authenticity of Jesus inscription ^ Posted by Mr. Mulliner On 03/05/2003 7:38:38 PM PST with 34 comments
Kennewick Man Speaks ^ Posted by blam On 02/07/2004 12:10:42 PM PST with 99 comments
Library of Alexandria discovered ^ Posted by presidio9 On 05/17/2004 10:10:51 AM PDT with 77 comments
Life in AMerican Samoa ^ Posted by Blunderfromdownunder On 01/13/2003 8:13:24 PM PST with 15 comments
Lion man takes pride of place as oldest statue: 30,000-year-old carving ^ Posted by gd124 On 09/05/2003 2:50:57 AM PDT with 15 comments
Look What They Found In Old Wild West ^ Posted by ATOMIC_PUNK On 03/07/2004 10:09:26 AM PST with 50 comments
Looted art may go to wealthy collectors, Museum officials blame professionals ^ Posted by Oldeconomybuyer On 04/20/2003 4:23:45 AM PDT with 12 comments
A LOSING BATTLE ^ Posted by ApplegateRanch On 03/27/2004 6:26:21 PM PST
'Lost River' Could Rewrite History Books ^ Posted by blam On 02/21/2002 6:22:38 AM PST with 5 comments
Malta and Bimini (The Learning Channel) ^ Posted by SteveH On 10/09/2002 1:07:56 AM PDT with 3 comments
Many more graves discovered at Gospel Pilgrim (Athens, GA) ^ Posted by honeygrl On 09/13/2003 6:28:06 AM PDT with 23 comments
Mark Steyn: Looting Iraq's 'heritage' ^ Posted by SJackson On 04/29/2003 4:39:16 AM PDT with 43 comments
Melting ice in Yukon reveals ancient hunting artifacts ^ Posted by SteveH On 01/13/2004 7:57:49 PM PST with 22 comments
Mexico City dig reveals diversity of pre-Columbian people ^ Posted by vannrox On 01/30/2003 7:05:47 AM PST with 5 comments
Mysterious Giant Human Remains Found In Fiji ^ Posted by blam On 07/14/2002 1:19:44 PM PDT with 78 comments
NASA digital images discover ancient "Ramayana" bridge between India, Lanka ^ Posted by vannrox On 10/09/2002 8:35:38 AM PDT with 22 comments
Native American Origins Debated (now with DNA analysis) ^ Posted by Tancred On 10/12/2002 8:37:42 AM PDT with 23 comments
Nefertiti mummy 'found in Egypt' ^ Posted by Constitution Day On 06/10/2003 10:42:05 AM PDT with 58 comments
New astonishing finds in Aboukir! ^ Posted by vannrox On 01/30/2004 6:53:55 AM PST with 1 comment
A new day surfaces for deep sea archaeology ^ Posted by vannrox On 06/28/2002 5:31:01 PM PDT with 5 comments
New Device Offers A Peek At Our Deeply Buried Past ^ Posted by goody2shooz On 06/27/2003 11:25:09 PM PDT with 40 comments
Norse Stone Authenticity Put To Test (Kensington Runestone) ^ Posted by blam On 11/16/2003 9:57:09 PM PST with 36 comments
Northern sea baffles archaeologists ^ Posted by vannrox On 03/24/2004 5:37:29 PM PST with 18 comments
The Oldest Americans May Prove Even Older ^ Posted by NukeMan On 06/29/2004 4:20:56 PM PDT with 28 comments
Pillar Found at Site of India Mosque  ^ Posted by miltonim On 04/02/2003 2:39:19 AM PST with 6 comments
Postwar Iraq Ö it's not just for Bechtel - ^ Posted by Ernest_at_the_Beach On 04/25/2003 1:03:46 PM PDT with 1 comment
Pre-Columbian tunnel complex discovered in southeastern Peru ^ Posted by vannrox On 08/17/2002 9:06:48 AM PDT with 3 comments
Prehistoric forest discovered off Key West -- on sea bed (under 40 feet of water) ^ Posted by jimtorr On 11/15/2002 4:34:31 PM PST with 54 comments
Professor Turns Mummified Hand Into Teaching Tool ^ Posted by stanz On 10/22/2002 3:16:49 PM PDT
Protecting Iraq's Ancient Treasures: Pentagon has "No Strike" List ^ Posted by u-89 On 04/01/2003 12:02:11 PM PST with 17 comments
Rancher unveils Indian site kept secret for years ^ Posted by Dog Gone On 06/24/2004 7:04:48 PM PDT with 95 comments
The Real Museum Looters ^ Posted by G. Stolyarov II On 05/15/2003 8:46:14 PM PDT with 3 comments
Relics Of Ancient Burial Rites Reveal Siberian Trade Route ^ Posted by blam On 01/16/2004 12:12:25 PM PST with 25 comments
Researchers Find (Byzantine) Church in Jordan ^ Posted by Tancred On 09/06/2002 2:15:21 PM PDT with 6 comments
Researchers to Seek Origin of Ancient Chinese Civilization ^ Posted by vannrox On 07/21/2002 1:23:15 PM PDT with 21 comments
The Revision of Ancient History - A Perspective ^ Posted by vannrox On 04/19/2002 12:33:06 PM PDT with 30 comments
Road trip to Babylon boosts troops' morale ^ Posted by Ligeia On 04/23/2003 3:04:01 PM PDT with 11 comments
Rock discovery causes excitement ^ Posted by vannrox On 02/03/2004 5:57:13 AM PST with 47 comments
Rocking The Cradle (Older Than Mesopotamia, Iran?) ^ Posted by blam On 04/25/2004 5:42:18 PM PDT with 9 comments
Roman Brooch find in Shetland extends ancient travel routes ^ Posted by WoofDog123 On 07/11/2003 7:21:17 PM PDT with 13 comments
'Roman cosmetics' found at ancient dig ^ Posted by presidio9 On 07/28/2003 7:50:10 AM PDT with 21 comments
Scholar Claims Oldest Jesus of Nazareth Evidence ^ Posted by rface On 10/21/2002 9:05:57 AM PDT with 110 comments
Scientists Discover Lost World (8,000 Years Old) ^ Posted by blam On 02/15/2004 4:03:44 PM PST with 84 comments
Secrets of old mask still hidden, duo say ^ Posted by nickcarraway On 01/26/2004 12:55:39 PM PST with 9 comments
Signs of 8,000-year-old culture found near Bedford  ^ Posted by Willie Green On 06/07/2004 9:32:04 AM PDT with 35 comments
Skull Fragment Suggests Evidence of Surgery From Colonial Days  ^ Posted by nuconvert On 06/17/2004 8:54:49 PM PDT with 10 comments
Split Between English and Scots Older Than Thought  ^ Posted by WoofDog123 On 04/11/2004 6:50:11 PM PDT with 60 comments
Strange stories, weird facts ^ Posted by djf On 01/17/2004 5:37:13 PM PST with 38 comments
Stranger In A New Land (Archaeology) ^ Posted by blam On 11/01/2003 8:45:22 AM PST with 10 comments
A Surprising Survival Story in the Siberian Arctic ^ Posted by Lessismore On 01/02/2004 2:47:55 PM PST with 5 comments
Tests Reveal Amesbury Archer "King Of Stonehenge' Was A Settler From The Alps ^ Posted by blam On 02/08/2004 12:40:04 PM PST with 26 comments
Thor Heyerdahl and the Pyramids of Greece ^ Posted by Richard Poe On 04/25/2002 4:35:53 PM PDT with 11 comments
Tuscan 'Excalibur' Mystery To Be Unearthed ^ Posted by blam On 03/02/2004 7:24:15 PM PST with 85 comments
U.K. Researchers Find Rare Burial Chariot ^ Posted by witnesstothefall On 12/03/2003 9:22:54 PM PST with 10 comments
Update: Third "Door" Found in Great Pyramid  ^ Posted by SteveH On 09/25/2002 10:28:43 PM PDT with 7 comments
WAR & HERITAGE: IS ANCIENT IRAQ BEING PROTECTED? (Museums may not have been looted) ^ Posted by Servant of the Nine On 04/12/2003 11:13:13 PM PDT with 35 comments
Will We Ever Find Atlantis? ^ Posted by sarcasm On 11/16/2003 10:59:39 AM PST with 6 comments
World's Oldest Boat Found in Desert ^ Posted by vannrox On 06/22/2002 4:13:15 PM PDT with 26 comments

2 posted on 07/16/2004 11:42:46 PM PDT by SunkenCiv (Unlike some people, I have a profile. Okay, maybe it's a little large...)
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To: ApplegateRanch; ATOMIC_PUNK; Bernard Marx; Blunderfromdownunder; Cicero; Ernest_at_the_Beach; ...
Posted to you because you are not on GGG, and posted one of the topics listed in message two of this thread. Thanks, sorry to bother.

NOT A PING LIST, merely posted to: ApplegateRanch; ATOMIC_PUNK; Bernard Marx; Blunderfromdownunder; Cicero; Ernest_at_the_Beach; forsnax5; G. Stolyarov II; goody2shooz; honeygrl; johnny7; Kaiwen; knighthawk; Lessismore; Ligeia; Maria Fdez-Valmayor; Mark Felton; Mr. Mulliner; maui_hawaii; miltonim; nickcarraway; nuconvert; nwrep; Oldeconomybuyer; PeaceBeWithYou; Pikamax; Pokey78; presidio9; Richard Poe; Rodney King; rface; Servant of the Nine; SJackson; SoCal Pubbie; SpringheelJack; sarcasm; Tancred; vannrox; Walkin Man; WoofDog123; witnesstothefall; XRdsRev; yonif
3 posted on 07/16/2004 11:44:40 PM PDT by SunkenCiv (Unlike some people, I have a profile. Okay, maybe it's a little large...)
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To: 24Karet; 7.62 x 51mm; 75thOVI; A.J.Armitage; AdmSmith; Alas Babylon!; America's Resolve; ...
Management of the Gods, Graves, Glyphs ping list has passed from Farmfriend to a sort of rotating management. I was just walking by, got hit from behind, and when I came to... here's the standard sig line, courtesy of the once and future manager, FairOpinion:
This is a "Gods, Graves, Glyphs" -- Archeology/Anthropology/Ancient Cultures/Artifacts/Antiquities, etc. PING list.

Please FREEPMAIL me, if you want on or off this list.
posted to: GGG ping list
4 posted on 07/16/2004 11:50:14 PM PDT by SunkenCiv (Unlike some people, I have a profile. Okay, maybe it's a little large...)
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To: SunkenCiv

Thank you very much for managing the GGG ping list.


43 posted on 07/17/2004 9:18:07 AM PDT by blam
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To: SunkenCiv

Thanks for the un-ping.

Looks like I have a bit of reading ahead of me.

Hope my voice holds out, since I move my lips when I read...





...so my wife can hear it, then discuss it.


45 posted on 07/17/2004 9:57:03 AM PDT by ApplegateRanch (The world needs more horses, and fewer Jackasses!)
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It says "You've posted a total of 35 threads and 1,216 replies." Holy crap. I must get outside sometime this summer. Just bumping this topic a little, partly to make it easier for me to find in the "my comments" screen. I've been using it this PM to add "ggg" to the keywords of various topics which already have "archaeology" as a keyword, and where needed, to bump each of those topics (however old they may be) onto the GGG group page. And I'm doing it in reverse alpha, so it will show up in forward alpha. :')
Please FREEPMAIL me if you want on or off the "Gods, Graves, Glyphs" PING list --
Archaeology/Anthropology/Ancient Cultures/Artifacts/Antiquities, etc.

50 posted on 07/20/2004 11:11:51 AM PDT by SunkenCiv (Unlike some people, I have a profile. Okay, maybe it's a little large...)
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To: A. Pole; A.J.Armitage; Askel5; arthurus; aruanan; BoneHead; Boru; blam; Citizen Tom Paine; ...
posted to folks who posted to (or were posted to) the old, closed topic Catastrophic event preceded Dark Ages - scientist begun by 09/08/2000 10:06:44 PDT by VadeRetro. I couldn't add the topic to the GGG group page because it's closed.

NOT A PING LIST, merely posted to: A. Pole; A.J.Armitage; Askel5; arthurus; aruanan; BoneHead; Boru; blam; Citizen Tom Paine; ClaireSolt; cannae; chit*chat; DBrow; Ditter; DJtex; Doctor Stochastic; Dukie; d14truth; deep dyou dyou; Eva; expat; Francohio; GOPJ; Gritty; ingeborg; JasonC; Jay W; Justa; janus; LadyDoc; LadyX; Lonesome in Massachussets; Lurking2Long; lavaroise; Makhno; Man; MHGinTN; Michael Rivero; Ohioan; OldAtlanta; PatrickHenry; parsifal; patton; Question_Assumptions; Rebelbase; RebelStorm; Redcloak; RightOnline; RightWhale; Romulus; randog; redhead; SAMWolf; Saint George; SamAdams76; ScottF; SevenDaysInMay; sneakypete; southernnorthcarolina; stboz; steve-b; Tench_Coxe; The Cruiser; The Duke; The_Reader_David; tet68; tillacum; tracer; VadeRetro; Warren

51 posted on 07/21/2004 7:07:36 AM PDT by SunkenCiv (Unlike some people, I have a profile. Okay, maybe it's a little large...)
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To: SunkenCiv

Oh too neat!

Thanks SunkenCiv!


57 posted on 07/22/2004 11:11:27 AM PDT by RikaStrom (Involved vs. Committed- take bacon and eggs, for example, the hen is involved, the pig is committed.)
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To: SunkenCiv

Thanks, I love to read about stuff like this, "forbidden archeology," and so on.


59 posted on 07/22/2004 1:38:50 PM PDT by Nowhere Man ("Laws are the spider webs through which the big bugs fly past and the little ones get caught.")
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To: All
Tip: Building Keyword list
With the demise of the Groups system here on FreeRepublic (which was itself a modification of an earlier system, from the years BC -- before 'Civ) it will be more important than ever to make sure new topics, as well as old ones we wish to keep track of, have a decent, coherent set of keywords.

1: Keywords have no spaces. "Gods, Graves, Glyphs" will wind up as "GLYPHS; GODS; GRAVES" if entered as shown. John Robinson is converting each old Group page to a keyword. The Gods, Graves, Glyphs pinglist should be entered as "godsgravesglyphs". This writer also requests that you enter "ggg". In fact, enter "ggg" even if you're in a hurry and don't want to enter anything. All who use FreeRepublic thank you.

2: Keywords should be obvious. That lack of spaces makes it unlikely that keyword searches will bear fruit if they have them. I'm not quite sure that's correct, but I'm sure we'll all find out.

3: Keywords can be added after the fact. If you find an article you wish to track, and it doesn't have a keyword that it should have, click on "add keyword" and type it in. If you're entering more than one, make sure they are separated by commas not spaces -- "bayofpigs, kennedy" not "bay of pigs kennedy". The second will result in the keyword "bayofpigskennedy" and a topic that will never be found again.

4: Keywords should come from the original article. What else follows along that line will sound a little too anal for most, but will result in a much better, much more comprehensive, and easier to use set of keywords we will all enjoy.
a: Load the article in a word processor, text editor, or other program capable of search and replace to insert line breaks (carriage returns, whatever you call them) and sorting a column of text.

b: Do a search and replace on the space character, changing all to line breaks.

c: Sort the column of text.

d: Begin to glimpse the genius / mania of being me.

e: Starting at the top of the sorted list (which will be in alpha order, with the duplicates conveniently grouped together), highlight the terms not to be included and delete them.

f: Get rid of "the" and "a" (which you should be able to do with search and replace, as long as you precede and follow the term with a line break) and other common words.

g: Select words (like names of people quoted, nations, technical terms) which are distinctive as well as terms related to the topic. For example, an article about the mass-murdering criminal Arafat should include keywords like "PLO" and "terrorism" as well as "Israel".
I hope this has been of some help to everyone.
Please FREEPMAIL me if you want on or off the "Gods, Graves, Glyphs" PING list (alt)
Archaeology/Anthropology/Ancient Cultures/Artifacts/Antiquities, etc.

68 posted on 07/25/2004 7:34:42 PM PDT by SunkenCiv (Unlike some people, I have a profile. Okay, maybe it's a little large...)
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69 posted on 07/25/2004 8:18:50 PM PDT by SunkenCiv (Unlike some people, I have a profile. Okay, maybe it's a little large...)
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73 posted on 07/28/2004 11:41:11 PM PDT by SunkenCiv (Unlike some people, I have a profile. Okay, maybe it's a little large...)
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To: SunkenCiv

thankyouthankyouthankyou.


110 posted on 08/21/2004 11:22:38 AM PDT by happygrl
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To: SunkenCiv

I want to thank you for reminding me of this thread and learning about yours!

THE HISTORY OF HERODOTUS
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-religion/987210/posts

Years ago when I was studying opera their were many fragments of history that would appear in the lebretto's

I could sing the language and knew little about the language only what I could gather on my search.

America is suppose to have a free press but many of our books or ones we get from Europe are revised editions. More on that later.

What I mean when I was a child in the 1950's I had a good memory but had (vision trouble & dyslexia I hate to always bring this up) but it to understand what I am about to say!

They taught more indept history even in the lower grades and even had an option for honor students to learn one of the other 3 languages French, German, and Spanish and maybe Latin.

In those days I am sure used books stores were abundance in old vol of history and records of old world histroy!

than as time march on the course changed and the door closed to learning about another lanuage or even in English about old world history!

We have big generation gaps of knowledge those in school after the 60's have not clue what is omited or edited out of their world of understanding.

And those prior the 60's on the most part continue to think knowledge is simular to what they aquired in school.

Reflecting back was it just "An old boys club" the ratical were ridding or our ablitiy to surrive as a people and not grow stupid with this new agenda in the schools.

America had one of the finest Educational systems in the world and if our people go abroad they learn a Humanist mind and the Creator's mind is eliminted.

In the generations before me we had this Univeral code which came from the Great Classic many of us on some degree had an understanding an if a reference was made to it we all understood. Today you speak that languae and there is dead silence are a stare of what hell are you talking about!

America been snookered and robbed of her history the same thing happen to Europe years ago.

If we do not preserve an inpart this know to future generations no matter what race we as humanity will die!

Fast forward in the 70 I was studying opera and everyonce in a while I would get a glimps of old world history but could not fill in the gaps!

There is an old saying "Hisrory repeats itself if you forget from wenc you came!"

This one example of Jules Massenet opera "Herodiade" is about the Prophet John the Baptist.

The music is beautiful and at time powerful to translate inspite of lost record of history where he obtain the know to write this! As I seached I could not back track his inspiration for the work and what someone notes on this was weird!

It is true music does transend but I still long to the source for the original inspirition!

What ever it is is does varie from the scriptures knowing this would unturn so many stones!

Wagners Ring, Aida so many still have fragments of knowledge of our pass!

Google catch
Great Books and Classics - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
... Letter to Herodotus (c. 306-270 BC) Letter to Menoeceus (c. 306-270 BC ... German/English
HTML (Single page, 694KB) at Bob's World of J. Massenet (Translation by ...
www.grtbooks.com/goethe.asp?idx=3&yr=-349 - 25k - Supplemental Result - Cached - Similar pages
http://www.grtbooks.com/goethe.asp?idx=3&yr=-349

PS
We must treasure our older generation before they leave the earth to gleam from their minds viral knowlege for the preservation of mankind

Here in NYC the NYPost is promoting 15 of the old children classic to be had at $6 dollard each yet I wonder if those books were revised or a digest!


132 posted on 10/11/2004 5:43:07 AM PDT by restornu (By faith Bush subdued kingdoms, wrought righteousness, and worked miracles.)
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To: SunkenCiv

I was raised in East Detroit not called East Pointe


133 posted on 10/11/2004 5:44:57 AM PDT by restornu (By faith Bush subdued kingdoms, wrought righteousness, and worked miracles.)
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To: SunkenCiv

bttt!


147 posted on 11/13/2004 5:27:41 AM PST by nmh (Intelligent people recognize Intelligent Design (God).)
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To: SunkenCiv

btt


212 posted on 04/17/2005 7:13:41 PM PDT by Ciexyz (Let us always remember, the Lord is in control.)
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To: SunkenCiv

awesome!


215 posted on 04/23/2005 9:37:21 AM PDT by ken21 (if you didn't see it on tv, then it didn't happen. /s)
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To: SunkenCiv

I'm looking for threads on sites related to Buccaneers and Pirates of the Caribbean.


216 posted on 04/23/2005 10:19:41 AM PDT by Ciexyz (Let us always remember, the Lord is in control.)
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To: SunkenCiv

Thank you for the list. Looks like lots of good reading later.


223 posted on 05/08/2005 4:06:49 AM PDT by Dustbunny (The only good terrorist is a dead terrorist)
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