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Subject: Re: La Tene. Museum?/MUSEUM-L ...
From: "-s93000001-m.erskinerichmond-ccsd-200-" <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:CELTIC-L - The Celtic Culture List.
Date:Thu, 17 Feb 1994 10:35:33 EST

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Please consider:
Now's the time for Celtic-L devotees to begin to commingle with
the frequenters of MUSEUM-L - encourage cross-postings of relevant info
(not just from Museum-L, but any relevant material from other groups
should be cross-posted [a worthy student extra-curricular assignment].)
We need all the ingenuity we can muster to get our needs met!
(co-owner Celtic-L : [log in to unmask])
Digest of comments :
        > John Cahill wrote
        > > ...   Any details of what can be seen at
        > > the archaelogical site or in the museum?
        > Perhaps you will post a description of it when you get back.
        > > ... Are exhibitions/conferences like this held regularly?
        > > How often? Where??
        > I'm sure that other Celtic exhibitions
        > on a smaller scale will take
        > place, and I hope that if anyone on the list
        > hears of any they will
        > post a messsage.
        > Conferences happen all the time, but there's no way
        > of hearing about them.  ... So any information
        > would be a service to list members.
        > Janet L.Wallwork
        > John Rylands University Library of Manchester.

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