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  • Alastair Millar
    ... Well, this would be strictly appropriate to any of the following, for starters: HREI The Human Remains Ethical Issues list - very quiet, but occasionally
    Message 1 of 12 , May 2, 2000
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      Alanna of the perked ears asked:
      >What list discusses ritual objects made of
      >human body parts? Sounds like something
      >I may be interested in lurking on...

      Well, this would be strictly appropriate to any of the following, for
      starters:

      HREI
      The Human Remains Ethical Issues list - very quiet, but occasionally
      interesting (it's where that bone got posted). On Onelist/eGroups, so join
      by sending a blank e-mail to hrei-subscribe@egroups.com

      ARCH-L
      the grandaddy of all archaeology lists, running out of Texas A&M. About 2000
      members in 50 countries. Biased towards the US, but absolutely ANYTHING
      archaeology related is fair game here - from Vikings to Egyptian to Slavic
      to Mayan. To subscribe, send an email with a blank subject line, containing
      the message SUBSCRIBE ARCH-L firstname lastname to
      listserv@...

      Britarch
      the archaeology list centred around the UK. Amazingly busy - up to 3
      *digests*
      (25 msgs each) per day!!! To join send an e-mail to mailbase@...
      with
      the message: join britarch firstname lastname. (You will then be asked to
      confirm).

      I'm sure there are lots of others... every archaeological specialisation
      seems to have its own list these days.

      HIH

      Alastair

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    • Jessica Wilbur
      ... So when there are conflicting opinions on the list, is it a bone of contention? --Smirenka, ducking now
      Message 2 of 12 , May 2, 2000
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        > Well, this would be strictly appropriate to any of the following, for
        > starters:
        >
        > HREI
        > The Human Remains Ethical Issues list - very quiet, but occasionally
        > interesting (it's where that bone got posted). On Onelist/eGroups, so join
        > by sending a blank e-mail to hrei-subscribe@egroups.com

        So when there are conflicting opinions on the list, is it a bone of contention?

        --Smirenka, ducking now
      • Diane S. Sawyer
        ... Are you sure you re not a herald? Tasha __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Send instant messages & get email alerts with
        Message 3 of 12 , May 2, 2000
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          --- Jessica Wilbur <jessica@...> wrote:
          >
          > > Well, this would be strictly appropriate to any of the following,
          > for
          > > starters:
          > >
          > > HREI
          > > The Human Remains Ethical Issues list - very quiet, but
          > occasionally
          > > interesting (it's where that bone got posted). On
          > Onelist/eGroups, so join
          > > by sending a blank e-mail to hrei-subscribe@egroups.com
          >
          > So when there are conflicting opinions on the list, is it a bone of
          > contention?
          >
          > --Smirenka, ducking now

          Are you sure you're not a herald?

          Tasha

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        • Jessica Wilbur
          ... Pretty sure... just trying to be humerus. --Smirenka, ducking again
          Message 4 of 12 , May 2, 2000
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            > > So when there are conflicting opinions on the list, is it a bone of
            > > contention?
            > >
            > > --Smirenka, ducking now
            >
            > Are you sure you're not a herald?
            >
            > Tasha

            Pretty sure... just trying to be humerus.

            --Smirenka, ducking again
          • Jeff Smith
            Jessica Wilbur ... This is weird. I got this email AFTER Tasha s reply to it, and after Smirenka s response to the reply. I thought I was
            Message 5 of 12 , May 2, 2000
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              "Jessica Wilbur" <jessica@...>

              >So when there are conflicting opinions on the list, is it a bone of
              >contention?
              >
              >--Smirenka, ducking now

              This is weird. I got this email AFTER Tasha's reply to it, and after
              Smirenka's response to the reply. I thought I was in Sarajevo, but I'm in
              the Twilight Zone!

              B. Janos
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            • Jeff Smith
              ... Oh sure, all those boring archeology lists. I think you re really concealing your membership in the cannibalswhomakeritualobjectsfrombones@egroups.com .
              Message 6 of 12 , May 2, 2000
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                "Alastair Millar" <alastair@...> sent:

                >Well, this would be strictly appropriate to any of the following, for
                >starters:

                Oh sure, all those boring archeology lists. I think you're really
                concealing your membership in the
                "cannibalswhomakeritualobjectsfrombones@egroups.com". I'm trying to "dig
                up" the evidence I need on several of those lists you sent (I'll be joining
                a couple of them, but not the super busy one...don't have that much time --
                got to slaughter a family and wrap their bones in bronze wire for a ceremony
                Saturday night).

                B. Janos
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              • Alastair Millar
                B.Janos wrote - ... On the contrary, I make no bones about it... ... despite stiff opposition! Alastair
                Message 7 of 12 , May 2, 2000
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                  B.Janos wrote -

                  >I think you're really concealing your membership in the
                  >"cannibalswhomakeritualobjectsfrombones@egroups.com".

                  On the contrary, I make no bones about it...
                  ... despite stiff opposition!

                  Alastair
                • Jessica Wilbur
                  ... There must be a mounting body of evidence... sorry, I just can t help ribbing you. I should quit while I m a head! =D --Smirenka
                  Message 8 of 12 , May 2, 2000
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                    > B.Janos wrote -
                    >
                    > >I think you're really concealing your membership in the
                    > >"cannibalswhomakeritualobjectsfrombones@egroups.com".
                    >
                    > On the contrary, I make no bones about it...
                    > ... despite stiff opposition!
                    >
                    > Alastair

                    There must be a mounting body of evidence... sorry, I just can't help ribbing
                    you.

                    I should quit while I'm a head! =D

                    --Smirenka
                  • Robert J Welenc
                    ... About 2000 ... ANYTHING ... Slavic ... containing ... That sounds useful...thanks! Mundanely I m a fantasy writer, and sooner or later everything is grist
                    Message 9 of 12 , May 2, 2000
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                      At 02:51 PM 5/2/00 +0200, you wrote:
                      >Alanna of the perked ears asked:
                      >>What list discusses ritual objects made of
                      >>human body parts? Sounds like something
                      >>I may be interested in lurking on...

                      >ARCH-L
                      >the grandaddy of all archaeology lists, running out of Texas A&M.
                      About 2000
                      >members in 50 countries. Biased towards the US, but absolutely
                      ANYTHING
                      >archaeology related is fair game here - from Vikings to Egyptian to
                      Slavic
                      >to Mayan. To subscribe, send an email with a blank subject line,
                      containing
                      >the message SUBSCRIBE ARCH-L firstname lastname to
                      >listserv@...

                      That sounds useful...thanks!

                      Mundanely I'm a fantasy writer, and sooner or later everything is
                      grist for the mill!

                      Alanna
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                    • Castalia
                      Graceful save! :-) Ksenia
                      Message 10 of 12 , May 3, 2000
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                        Graceful save! :-)

                        Ksenia
                      • Castalia
                        My apologies. *That* was supposed to be sent as private mail. Z. ... From: Castalia To: sig@egroups.com Date: May 3,
                        Message 11 of 12 , May 3, 2000
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                          My apologies. *That* was supposed to be sent as private mail.

                          Z.


                          -----Original Message-----
                          From: Castalia <castalia@...>
                          To: sig@egroups.com <sig@egroups.com>
                          Date: May 3, 2000 7:14 AM
                          Subject: [sig] Body parts lists


                          >Graceful save! :-)
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                          >Ksenia
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                        • timbo@marcon.org
                          I don t know......as they say in the mafia, you ve made your bones dak ... There must be a mounting body of evidence... sorry, I just can t help ribbing
                          Message 12 of 12 , May 4, 2000
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                            I don't know......as they say in the mafia, "you've made your bones"
                            'dak

                            > B.Janos wrote -
                            >
                            > >I think you're really concealing your membership in the
                            > >"cannibalswhomakeritualobjectsfrombones@egroups.com".
                            >
                            > On the contrary, I make no bones about it...
                            > ... despite stiff opposition!
                            >
                            > Alastair

                            There must be a mounting body of evidence... sorry, I just can't help ribbing
                            you.

                            I should quit while I'm a head! =D

                            --Smirenka


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