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Re-Visiting the Inverurie site

Postby hamburger » Tue Sep 18, 2012 5:55 pm

Would be nice to get back to the Inverurie Site,once they removed a 1/2 Ft or so Top Soil.
Sure,if there is any Bronze Age Settlement there,the chance of finding it will be greater.
Anybody else has thought's about this?.
(Just a Thought ;)
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Re: Re-Visiting the Inverurie site

Postby whigsvolt » Wed Sep 19, 2012 8:06 am

Its allway exiting to do this sort of thing but getting permission is another.I have done a few developments in the centre of Aberdeen when they flattened a few victorian buildings but had to wear a hard hat when detecting in or near the rebuild.

As you know most finds a found in the top 4 -8 inches,but once the top soil is removed,finds may be more difficult to get,but you never know.
I also detected an area down in satffordshire with some friends from the minelab and detectorists forums a few years back where they were extending the motorway and found quite a few hammered coins Crotal bells in the spoil heaps and sidings.
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Re: Re-Visiting the Inverurie site

Postby hamburger » Wed Sep 19, 2012 7:36 pm

:D Good thing here is,no Hard Hat required,Wellies,maybe? :lol:
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