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Galleries return!
#16
You're prolly right Tarbi. I have to admit I didn't look at each of the 600 photos that carefully when putting them back.
Greets!

Jasper Oorthuys
Webmaster & Editor, Ancient Warfare magazine
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#17
Quote:From Belts and Buckles, I'm sure it's a palmette from a sword scabbard.

Spot-on, that man. I'd probably give you one of those laudy thingies if a) I knew what the h*ll they were and b) I knew how to perform said operation. Life's too short; reach round and give yourself a pat on the back ;-)

Mike Bishop
You know my method. It is founded upon the observance of trifles

Blogging, tweeting, and mapping Hadrian\'s Wall... because it\'s there
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#18
Uhh, Mike, see those little buttons next to where it says 'Laudes' on Tarbi's (or anyone else's) profile? Click the + one and you're done!
Greets!

Jasper Oorthuys
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#19
Cheers for that, glad to have gotten something right for a change :wink:
TARBICvS/Jim Bowers
A A A DESEDO DESEDO!
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#20
It would be great if the pictures held some more info in the caption about the location a piece was found and the appoximate date. Is that the info which was lost in the "comments"? Cry
Salvete et Valete

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Robert P. Wimmers
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#21
Hi Robert.
Yeah, that may have been lost in the comments or it was never there. More info takes more time and so we´ve concentrated on several categories (ie the imagebase, helmet database and perhaps soon pugiones too).
Greets!

Jasper Oorthuys
Webmaster & Editor, Ancient Warfare magazine
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