Apr 23, 2013, 11:47 PM
NOT ALL MARKS/SIGNS are treasure signs...
Images are carved in rock. Images convey ideas.
(Every idea does NOT lead to Treasure)
Ideas are dated.
#you get what I'm saying?
If you didn't get the hash-tag reference...
Images can be dated to a certain extent.
A Ford T-Model image is hard, if not, almost impossible to come by before the said date.
Without getting carried away with the centricities'...
A sickle is before the scythe and the scythe is before the cradle, but regardless. These "images" can be somewhat loosely dated.
I've been dating my site -in many ways-, but has anyone else done this?
Yes, coins and such date themselves and provide a window of reference. Also knowing the history of the location provides a window of reference.
BUT recorded history's accuracy is obviously not spot-on.
DTTH, I've noticed a particular spanish helmet in one of your monuments, which I am certain is DATED.
Casca, the pick is also a dated tool.
John Az, your monument...ah, nevermind.
Old Dog, .
Apr 23, 2013 11:47 PM
Apr 25, 2013, 08:32 PM
I usually try to see who put the marks there. I take the oldest marks and go from there. I usually see at least three dated marks. Crosses are a dead giveaway. The smaller the mark, sometimes is the newer marks also.