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Do you know whether the gold from the early bronze age Rillaton Cup (from Rillaton Barrow) has a similar analysis to the Carnon gold?
Is it known if the artefact was made in Cornwall or elsewhere? I was wondering if the source of the bronze was known?
would the gold smiths mix golds from different sources?
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?
Would artefacts be produced close to gold extraction and then transported or would gold be transported to artefact production sites?
Cornish tinners transported gold nuggets inside cut down quill feathers of course!
Could the Lammon Stream works be a ref to the land of Lemon? As at Carclew, beside the Carnon Stream?
How fast do the microbes accumulate gold?
There is a Lamouth Creek downstream from Devoran by Roundwood
Has anyone looked for evidence of bacterial accumulators of gold in the carnon sediments?
The River Lemon was worked for Cassiterite and I have panned tiny grains of Gold from the river bed.
Thank you. really interesting. I look forward the field trip linked to this.
Dave Watkins has done a DTM of the Fal Estuary
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.
Thankyou for such an interesting talk :)
Please come to Kernow soon and run some field trips Gregor!
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Great talk Gregor, thank you!
Thank you very much for an interesting talk
Meur ras - great
Thanks for a truly inspiring talk
Fascinating talk. Thanks