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RGSC lecture - Shared screen with speaker view
Wall, Frances
58:20
Feel free to put your questions for Gregor in to the chat box
Steve Barber
01:02:26
Do you know whether the gold from the early bronze age Rillaton Cup (from Rillaton Barrow) has a similar analysis to the Carnon gold?
Helen Coombs
01:03:00
Is it known if the artefact was made in Cornwall or elsewhere? I was wondering if the source of the bronze was known?
MCl
01:03:17
would the gold smiths mix golds from different sources?
willcoleman
01:04:25
Merastahwi / Thank you Gregor! I understand that the gold on the Nebra Sky Disk was applied in phases over a period of several centuries: does these golds differ - were the makers ‘recycling’ gold or importing new gold?
Loveday Jenkin
01:04:31
Would artefacts be produced close to gold extraction and then transported or would gold be transported to artefact production sites?
willcoleman
01:11:37
Cornish tinners transported gold nuggets inside cut down quill feathers of course!
peter
01:11:50
Could the Lammon Stream works be a ref to the land of Lemon? As at Carclew, beside the Carnon Stream?
MCl
01:12:30
How fast do the microbes accumulate gold?
Steve Barber
01:13:07
There is a Lamouth Creek downstream from Devoran by Roundwood
Loveday Jenkin
01:13:38
Has anyone looked for evidence of bacterial accumulators of gold in the carnon sediments?
Yolande Ifold
01:14:11
The River Lemon was worked for Cassiterite and I have panned tiny grains of Gold from the river bed.
MCl
01:17:05
Thank you. really interesting. I look forward the field trip linked to this.
Loveday Jenkin
01:18:36
Dave Watkins has done a DTM of the Fal Estuary
Yolande Ifold
01:18:48
Thank you for a very interesting talk. Sorry but I have to go to the next Zoom talk. I will be in contact regarding Gold from the River Lemon.
Laura-Marie Miucci
01:19:25
Thankyou for such an interesting talk :)
willcoleman
01:20:00
Please come to Kernow soon and run some field trips Gregor!
peter
01:20:27
Is Gregor's email address easy to find?
Gregor
01:21:35
Gregor.borg@geo.uni-halle.de
Joseph Gilkes
01:21:50
Great talk Gregor, thank you!
Imogen -----
01:22:14
Thank you very much for an interesting talk
Loveday Jenkin
01:22:25
Meur ras - great
Sue Twells
01:22:27
Thanks for a truly inspiring talk
Martin Eddy
01:22:31
Many thanks
Scourse, James
01:23:13
Fascinating talk. Thanks