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Mycenean facebook
Topic Started: Sep 7 2016, 11:10 AM (310 Views)
Edwin Deady
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Mycenean lovelieness
https://www.facebook.com/serunescudero/abou..._nav_about_item
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Matthew Amt
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Goodness! That's quite a collection, all right. Oddly enough, I'm only seeing ONE photo from my own site!

Thanks for the link.

Matthew
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Sean Manning
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I can't see it without logging in. What is is?
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Matthew Amt
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It's a collection of a couple hundred images, mostly Mycenaean or Aegean Bronze Age. Some photos of reenactors or archeology, some photos or drawings of historical artwork, many modern reconstructions like Osprey illustrations.

Matthew
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Dan Howard
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I don't do Facebook either.
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Matthew Amt
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Oh, I'm not a Facebook person, either! But I do have a page--had to make one in order to make a business page, though the business has since shut down. I managed to switch off a lot of settings on my personal page, though I don't remember what or how, and I'm sure it's all changed since then! If I ever bother to look at it, it seems to be stuck on a 5-year-old post from a friend--got no idea how to make it all "work" and not sure I really want to.

BUT---having that page DOES mean I can look at other pages, when people supply a link! So it's useful for that. Folks like us who don't live on Facebook have so far not been outlawed or hauled off for reprogramming, but I do seem to have lost touch with a lot of local friends who only communicate that way.

Thank goodness for "old-fashioned" boards like this one!

Matthew
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