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  1. #1
    ro
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    Ancient traces of an old road (Part 1)

    (1) I decided to search for an old road, which I think made the connection between a roman military fort and the roman military towers in the north-east part of the roman province of Dacia.The objects were discovered in the structure of the road (generally stony, probably arranged in some places from ancient times) or near it. The road being longer, I divided it into 4 segments, following that the number of posts on this subject will also be 4 ... In this post (item no. 1) you can see : fragment of iron blade from a sword (possibly roman gladius), small iron hammer, iron nails of different sizes, iron nails possible shingle targets, iron hobnails from the sole of roman sandal-boots (caligae), mediaeval iron arrowhead, an iron jewelry, in rhomboid form, with a chain, in the center of which is centered a green stone.
    Enjoy !
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  2. #2
    us
    Rust never rests

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    Very ,very interesting finds
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    Very cool finds
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    Nice!!!! Interesting!!!!
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    What would life be without challenges, and detecting of course.....

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    us
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    The iron pendant with the green stone is extremely interesting! Maybe a carved emerald from Africa (Zambian region)??
    Very very cool find in your ancient Roman fort road area. Definitely very unique & could be very valuable. Possibly brought home by a Roman soldier who served in Africa ?? Congrats !! Cheers !! J.T.G. ( I would like to see "CRUSADER" chime in on this)
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    Good to see your finds & you posting again.
    Not sure you noticed but Cru'dad recently joined your Roman Gold Ring Club.
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    us
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jose The Goon View Post
    The iron pendant with the green stone is extremely interesting! Maybe a carved emerald from Africa (Zambian region)??
    Very very cool find in your ancient Roman fort road area. Definitely very unique & could be very valuable. Possibly brought home by a Roman soldier who served in Africa ?? Congrats !! Cheers !! J.T.G. ( I would like to see "CRUSADER" chime in on this)
    Ya I'm very curious about that too ? Sure is different from an American point of view. Never seen anything like it. Of coarse much of what you guys dig I've never seen before !! Congrats !!
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    George

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    Cool finds
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  9. #9
    ro
    “You laugh at me because I am different, but I laugh at you because you are all the same”.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CRUSADER View Post
    Good to see your finds & you posting again.
    Not sure you noticed but Cru'dad recently joined your Roman Gold Ring Club.
    Hi Crusader! Wow ... I didn't know about this. I don't even know about this club, I didn't get any notification. Thanks anyway !

  10. #10
    Hey Yooej! Good to see you on here again! And you still make great finds!
    Cru-Team established the RGRC freshly because it needed at least three members to start with.....
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  11. #11
    ro
    “You laugh at me because I am different, but I laugh at you because you are all the same”.

    Aug 2008
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    Quote Originally Posted by Westfront View Post
    Hey Yooej! Good to see you on here again! And you still make great finds!
    Cru-Team established the RGRC freshly because it needed at least three members to start with.....
    Hi westfront ! Nice to see you again ! Well...Let's wait for the news.It sure will be something interesting

  12. #12
    ro
    “You laugh at me because I am different, but I laugh at you because you are all the same”.

    Aug 2008
    Toplita , Romania
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jose The Goon View Post
    The iron pendant with the green stone is extremely interesting! Maybe a carved emerald from Africa (Zambian region)??
    Very very cool find in your ancient Roman fort road area. Definitely very unique & could be very valuable. Possibly brought home by a Roman soldier who served in Africa ?? Congrats !! Cheers !! J.T.G. ( I would like to see "CRUSADER" chime in on this)
    Well...I haven't seen anything like this before and archaeologists don't know for sure.
    I think the green stone can be a colored glass with iron oxides...
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  13. #13
    us
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    This is a great post and you have some great finds here! Thank you for sharing some awesome stuff that is rarely seen on Treasurenet.
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