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Re: Suits of Armour
It is always nice to see Darwin commenting on line. I thought about you the
other week when the isses of who was first to North America arose yet again
and a new theory that the vikings were superceded by the picts or their
tribal affiliates. My point some time back was that the exploration route to
the NE coast of Canada was not novel or new in 1398. But the discovery
process goes on. As far as suits of armour goes, Rosslyn is an apt subject
of scientific study and the hope is that the day will come when the
mysteries of Rosllyn are uncovered and when that time comes I pray it be
with a combination of good science and reverence.
From: darwin ramsey <email@example.com>
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Date: 23 November, 1999 8:40 AM
Subject: 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
> 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" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>Subject: Suits of Armour
>>Date: Sat, 20 Nov 1999 22:33:25 -0600
>>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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