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Our ancestors bones will rest the easier if there are no football players tromping on them. :numberone:

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Dayton, NFL won’t build field at park after Native American remains survey

Local May 15, 2019
By Cornelius Frolik, Staff Writer
DAYTON —
The city of Dayton and the National Football League have decided not to construct a new turf field at Triangle Park after a survey of the site found possible evidence of American Indian artifacts or remains.

The city and NFL are working together to try to find another location for the professional-sized turf field the NFL wants to donate to celebrate Dayton’s contribution to America’s most popular sport, according to a city statement released Wednesday afternoon.The NFL wanted to donate a $440,000 field at Triangle Park because the site was home to the first professional football game. But there is a chance the soil contains human remains or other artifacts dating back to prehistoric times, officials said.

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FORMER_FYRDMAN

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Or even car parks over Kings.
Well, that was surely Henry VIII's fault wasn't it? :? When he made himself head of the church in England and declared open season on the riches of the Catholic Church and abbeys, that's when Richard III's final resting place was looted and pulled down. [mmm loot...]
 

DaManBugs

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Does it really make any difference to dead people? We put kings under car parks!
Which (sort of) begs the question: why preserve the Nazi concentration camps?

MsG
 
The (American) Natives have a thing for 'salting' land with ancestor bones to stop anybody building on it. I know this for a fact because I saw it in a US TV series, Honest Injun.
How.

 
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FORMER_FYRDMAN

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Which (sort of) begs the question: why preserve the Nazi concentration camps?

MsG
To remind ourselves of the evils of Socialism.
 
The (American) Natives have a thing for 'salting' land with ancestor bones to stop anybody building on it. I know this for a fact because I saw it in a US TV series, Honest Injun.
Similar practice in Australia with sacred ground, which mysteriously seems to correlate with mining leases.
 

FORMER_FYRDMAN

LE
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Similar practice in Australia with sacred ground, which mysteriously seems to correlate with mining leases.
As I once heard an Australian Energy Minister comment when we were discussing rock art.
 
And I thought this was going to be another cricket thread.
 
Does it really make any difference to dead people? We put kings under car parks!
Strictly speaking you built the car park on top of him. And he wasn't a real King anyway.
 

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