Oh so sorry, Muiris
This medium is not always the best way of communication as tone and body
language are transparent to the reader. Please forgive me. It was not
intended to be nasty. I looked at it before sending and saw the potential
misunderstanding, but then I thought, "no, he will understand my meaning."
Please forgive!!! I guess my meaning was that you are one more of us who
don't know the meaning of the cups.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Muiris Mag Ualghairg" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Monday, February 10, 2003 9:46 AM
Subject: Re: What the Picts built - cupmarks in stone
> I haven't mentioned these cup markings or anything about them so I feel it
> is a bit unfair to come in with 'bottow line, then Muiris, you have no
> either as to the meaning and/or purpose of the cups". I don't see whay
> seem to think that I would and seem to feel that it is fair to try to drag
> me into this when I haven't mentioned them at all.
> Having said that the question of these monuments is not something to which
> have really given much attention however I have pointed out that a fair
> is know about them, but not as much as people would like. If you want to
> find out more I would suggest that you start with the following link -
> actually much latter than those which we are presently discussing will
> you an insight into 'celtic inscribed' stones (but no good for monuments
> such as stone henge etc) http://www.ucl.ac.uk/archaeology/cisp/
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