This greatest archaeologist stuff gets more obscure by the day - my children
reckon that Rog Palmer is pretty good, and I agree!!
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From: "Stewart Ellinson" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Sunday, September 30, 2001 7:01 PM
Subject: Re: Greatest Archaeologist: ALMOST A RESULT
> I'd go for G. Worthington-Smith, the excavator of the Caddington
> palaeolithic working floor sites of the 1890s. Whilst he gets forgotten
> these days, he was well in advance of his times and the material that he
> excavated is both important and well recorded.
> Sadly, of course, the finds weren't encrusted in Gold, and bedfordshire
> isn't on a mediterranean island, so no-one really remembers him.
> Ah well, Carter was pretty good....
> Stewart E