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    Quote Originally Posted by BillA View Post
    hey quito, a heads up - many DO care (how many thread views?)
    you are being argumentative and repetitive, your question was answered but not apparently to your satisfaction as you now want an "intelligent opinion"
    lighten ship guy, if you don't have anything good to contribute, just shut up
    we are not trying to run Geradot off this site
    Bill
    I don't want to run Quito off either. Maybe if Geradot was from here he might choose different terminology to describe his finds. I get the feeling that english is not his native language so that may explain a little. I don't think anyone will ever know all there is to know about ancient cultures and their reasons for doing things the way they did. We can speculate but can we ever know for sure?
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    I apologize for my poor knowledge of English, probably, I could correctly explain my thoughts on these issues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geradot View Post
    I apologize for my poor knowledge of English, probably, I could correctly explain my thoughts on these issues.
    You don't need to apologize. You have better command of the english language than a lot of folks who claim it as their native tongue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geradot View Post
    I apologize for my poor knowledge of English, probably, I could correctly explain my thoughts on these issues.
    No need to apologize, Geradot. There an old American saying that I heard from my Grandmother. "You (not you, Geradot) would argue with a fence post, if the fence post would argue back."

    Keep posting and keep giving your opinion!

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    thanks for sharing your knowledge with us Geradot please do not stop i think you know alot
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  6. #276
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    Scotland, Aye !!

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    Geradot,
    I'm simply stunned in awe and amazement with your finds, quality of your pictures and explanation of the relics found.
    Don.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geradot View Post
    I apologize for my poor knowledge of English, probably, I could correctly explain my thoughts on these issues.
    Your beautiful pictures /relics might not master English either.
    We do not care . Not even a little. They were not crafted by the English language.

    Thank you for sharing.
    I can understand you fine.
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    Dear friends! Thank you for your support and kind words! I'm glad that "my" artifacts are interesting in views and they arouse great interest from the forum participants. My knowledge in this area of history (the Neolithic) is very modest - about 30 years of life.
    I also studied the Middle Ages from the Far East to Central Asia (but this topic is for another section of the forum).
    I still have something to show you. This is the order - several thousand artifacts. Are you ready for this? it will be interesting?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geradot View Post
    Dear friends! Thank you for your support and kind words! I'm glad that "my" artifacts are interesting in views and they arouse great interest from the forum participants. My knowledge in this area of history (the Neolithic) is very modest - about 30 years of life.
    I also studied the Middle Ages from the Far East to Central Asia (but this topic is for another section of the forum).
    I still have something to show you. This is the order - several thousand artifacts. Are you ready for this? it will be interesting?
    Bring them on! As long as I can see I will look at them!
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    Quote Originally Posted by fyrffytr1 View Post
    Bring them on! As long as I can see I will look at them!
    can´t say it better, get into it Geradot
    I left some questions for you in ´Ancient Relics´, I´m guessing your other area
    Bill

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    Bill, I'll answer these questions to you by mail
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    unusual, strange shape.
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    Nice Piece!! Crazy long stem!

    Unfinished maybe?
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    that notch looks like a sort of spoke shave
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    I wish I could go back in time just to ask the knappers the what and why of their craft.
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