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Re: Suits of Armour

Technically, that would be grave robbing.  Archaeologists try to disturb 
only what they must.  Breaking into a sealed, protected tomb is not ethical. 
  There are plenty of suits of armor on display throughout the world if one 
wishes to study a suit of armor.


>From: "Donald H Sinclair" <horace@mb.sympatico.ca>
>Reply-To: sinclair@mids.org
>To: <sinclair@mids.org>
>Subject: Suits of Armour
>Date: Sat, 20 Nov 1999 22:33:25 -0600
>    Scotts-Wha-Hey!
>This is just an idea thrown out to see your reaction or meeting of minds.
>As we technically own the two suits of armour burried in Gringol Chapel, 
>could it be considered that we se if they are still if they are still in 
>good enough shape to recover and put on display?
>Donald H. Sinclair

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