Hunts “Treasures” Use Google Earth

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A British man proved when all things can be done with the Internet. One of this treasure hunt, for some prehistoric objects is a special treasure that continues to be hunted existence.

Online Map Sites

Similarly, conducted by "Howard Jones", a former British Marine were searching for treasure locations using Google Earth. Absolutely right, it is provided by an online map sites, Jones managed to find a treasure location in the South Ham, England. Although it has not been able to find valuable treasures, the work done by Jones yielded positive results. The man managed to find a few shards of metal and pottery from the Bronze Age, or about 5000 years ago.

Observe Satellite Images

Interestingly, Jones had never come to the location of the discovery and conduct research like an Archaeologists. He did only predict the locations that are likely to be a place of ancient human settlements to observe satellite images on Google Earth. That Indicators used to find the location of an ancient civilization or treasure is the availability of water and food sources. He imagined himself is an ancient man who was looking for a place to live.

Sure enough, Jones directly to the location of the discovery and ask the landowner permission to conduct further research using a scanner or metal detector. In addition to objects 5,000 years old, Jones also managed to get objects from the Roman era in Britain from the 1500 to 2000 years ago, as quoted by the Daily Mail.

The discoveries

The discovery of the Jones then informed at an archaeologist named "Bill Horner". Both the ground and carries equipment more sophisticated scanner again, the Radar equipment. Not unexpectedly, they managed to find two buildings are buried in the ground. The buildings are believed to be the farm buildings from the "Bronze Age" or "Iron Age".

Jones and Horner plans to conduct further research on a large scale began after that discovery. Currently they may just discover objects of no value, but it is not impossible they could manage to get the real treasures another.

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author avatar Mutimut
28th Oct 2014 (#)

Informative post, thank you for share this.

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author avatar viewgreen
29th Oct 2014 (#)

You are welcome my dear Mut!

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author avatar Fern Mc Costigan
29th Oct 2014 (#)

Awesome post and interesting piece as well!

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author avatar viewgreen
29th Oct 2014 (#)

Thank you my friend. Absolutely yours too are interesting. I appreciate with your visit here. Fern!

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author avatar tafmona
29th Oct 2014 (#)

keep up the good work

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author avatar viewgreen
30th Oct 2014 (#)

Thank you very much my dear. taf!

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author avatar Colekdikit
29th Oct 2014 (#)

Very good informative article, thank you share with us.

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author avatar viewgreen
30th Oct 2014 (#)

Thank you my friend. Absolutely yours too are interesting. I appreciate with your visit here. Colekdikit!

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author avatar Retired
30th Oct 2014 (#)

Seems it paid for this man to follow his hunches regarding buried treasure. Hope he locates even more objects :)

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author avatar viewgreen
30th Oct 2014 (#)

Yap! that's right, and I hope so. Thank you for a great comment herein.

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author avatar Ptrikha
31st Oct 2014 (#)

Interesting share!

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author avatar viewgreen
31st Oct 2014 (#)

Thank you my friend. Rikha!

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author avatar Sivaramakrishnan A
31st Oct 2014 (#)

Endless possibilities - good as long as we use them to benefit us as technology can cut both ways - siva

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author avatar viewgreen
31st Oct 2014 (#)

Thank you sir for a great comment herein my page. Have a nice day. cc: siva

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author avatar Gclick
6th Dec 2014 (#)

Google is always incredible! Thanks.

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author avatar viewgreen
6th Dec 2014 (#)

Absolutely! Thank you for stopping here my friend. Gclick!

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author avatar puncakceria
18th Dec 2014 (#)

good post,thank for sharing...

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author avatar viewgreen
20th Dec 2014 (#)

Your welcome and thanks for visiting here.

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