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Light at the end of the tunnel?
jerome - le 26 August 2011

Oui Irna,j’ ai vu ça ...

Oserais-je le mot : consternant ?

Là je deviens franchement dégoutté :(

Mais bon, les dégats seront peu importants s ’ il s ’ agit d ’une colline naturelle !
Sinon ?

A bientôt

Jérôme

Light at the end of the tunnel?
irna - le 26 August 2011

Quand je pense qu’un certain Semir Osmanagic critiquait les archéologues de son pays en disant qu’ils vivaient au XIXème siècle ! Heureusement qu’il ne voit pas ce que fait Osmanagic Semir !

Bon d’acord, dans ce cas précis il n’y a guère que le paysage qui en souffre, mais ça serait pareil s’il y avait des vestiges archéologiques :-(

Amicalement, Irna

Light at the end of the tunnel?
coverfire - le 10 October 2011

Taking a look at the scans, I think that a possible guess is "abandoned pipes", with an instrument reflection. My understanding is that the "tomb" is buried under 70 \80 cm of mud and concretions.
Using the Occam razor, if they found nearby some abandoned pipes, they will find some other pipes. So, if you will eat your cap, I will eat mine also.
Main point, let’s leave some hats for the sbrg group ...I don’t wanna to look as an egoist fella....

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irna - le 11 October 2011

Hi,

abandoned pipes, or some mining gear, that would be my guess. We’ll see who has to eat their hat :)

Irna