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    ...minoans in upper WI?....seriously?

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    Yes, just had it on earlier today on the history channel. from greece. they investigated disappearance of the up's copper
    Last edited by history hunter; Sep 17, 2013 at 05:46 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by history hunter View Post
    I was just watching a show where they were proving that the ancient Minoans came to Northern WI and UP area to mine copper for the bronze age. Perhaps they did produce coins here and Im pretty sure the history books are wrong with all the evidence to the contrary. If the modern people today were not around to see them make the coins, who's to say exactly how they looked. What people believe to be true and what really is true are two different things sometimes. P.S. I have also found a bronze arrow point in WI and some copper arrow points in the UP
    I am in agreement with you.
    I posted a bronze coin I dug out of a Wisconsin lake this year.
    The naysayers Hy-jacked my thread. No positive inpuit.
    I read this complete thread just because you found your coin here in Wisconsin.

    That a boy for putting up with all the know it all, closed minded people on this forum.
    I collect native copper and hammered copper.
    I have found some specimens that seam to be bronze.
    I have found nuggets of what seams like zinc or tin.
    That they could have combined to make the bronze.
    I will continue my search for more Copper Culture points.
    Last edited by Bumpstick; Dec 09, 2014 at 12:59 AM. Reason: Subscribe to this thread
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bumpstick View Post
    I am in agreement with you.
    I posted a bronze coin I dug out of a Wisconsin lake this year.
    The naysayers Hy-jacked my thread. No positive inpuit.
    I read this complete thread just because you found your coin here in Wisconsin.

    That a boy for putting up with all the know it all, closed minded people on this forum.
    I collect native copper and hammered copper.
    I have found some specimens that seam to be bronze.
    I have found nuggets of what seams like zinc or tin.
    That they could have combined to make the bronze.
    I will continue my search for more Copper Culture points.
    I am with history hunter & Bumpstick on this, I am in the belief that there were explores here long before Columbus. In the words of Scott Wolter "History is not as be have been told". For the past 2 years have been researching a War of 1812 battle that occurred here, 3 miles from me, while the "facts" of the battle as stated in the history books and local papers is "basically" true, the local people take it as gospel, it did not actually happen in the way it was stated and there was more too it. Talking about closed minded people, even when presented with 1st hand documents of the battle they say that they are wrong, like they were the ones at the battle, 200 years ago. It is an up hill battle on these type people. It is tuff to smarten "stupid".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bumpstick View Post
    I am in agreement with you.
    I posted a bronze coin I dug out of a Wisconsin lake this year.
    The naysayers Hy-jacked my thread. No positive inpuit.

    I read this complete thread just because you found your coin here in Wisconsin.

    That a boy for putting up with all the know it all, closed minded people on this forum.
    I collect native copper and hammered copper.
    I have found some specimens that seam to be bronze.
    I have found nuggets of what seams like zinc or tin.
    That they could have combined to make the bronze.
    I will continue my search for more Copper Culture points.
    Post your coin here Bumpstick and TN members will give you an honest ID.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gldnbrew View Post
    I am with history hunter & Bumpstick on this, I am in the belief that there were explores here long before Columbus. In the words of Scott Wolter "History is not as be have been told". For the past 2 years have been researching a War of 1812 battle that occurred here, 3 miles from me, while the "facts" of the battle as stated in the history books and local papers is "basically" true, the local people take it as gospel, it did not actually happen in the way it was stated and there was more too it. Talking about closed minded people, even when presented with 1st hand documents of the battle they say that they are wrong, like they were the ones at the battle, 200 years ago. It is an up hill battle on these type people. It is tuff to smarten "stupid".
    There are no close minded people on this thread gldnbrew. This not an ancient coin. Some of them are still shiny. And they ALL have the exact same denticals which is an impossibility with ancient hammered coins.
    Last edited by Bigcypresshunter; May 01, 2015 at 02:56 PM.

 

 
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