Apr 23, 2013, 10:47 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 25, 2013, 07:32 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.
I can't always go out metal detecting, but when I do, I swing a F75.
Due to the new no dig policy in my city parks I have been forced to leave all used hypos needles, condoms, broken glass, razor blades, fish hooks, drug paraphernalia, as artifacts for the little children to play with. My free landscaping and cleaning of city parks has ended. I am a registered voter and know who you are city council members. See ya in November.
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