Joanne D. Phillips on fri 12 nov 04
Hi, I did a clayart search for Terra Sigillata photos gallery etc and didn't
get many hits. I also tried google photos search.
Can anyone direct me to a good source of online photos? Thanks!
Jocelyn McAuley on fri 12 nov 04
I think you may need to brush up on your searching technique. :)
Searching in Google's Images using the phrase: "Terra Sigillata"
brought up alot of relevant images to go through. Perhaps you just
needed to put quotes around your search phrase. Here's what my search
well that should keep you busy... and this is only the tip of the
iceberg of the returns.
best of luck
Rogier Donker on fri 12 nov 04
on 11/12/04 12:35 PM, Jocelyn McAuley at jocie@WORLDDOMINATION.NET wrote:
> Hi Joanne,
> I think you may need to brush up on your searching technique. :)
> Searching in Google's Images using the phrase: "Terra Sigillata"
> brought up alot of relevant images to go through. Perhaps you just
> needed to put quotes around your search phrase. Here's what my search
> well that should keep you busy... and this is only the tip of the
> iceberg of the returns.
> best of luck
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Helen Bates on sat 13 nov 04
Here's one way to see posts about terra sigillata - of course, few of these
are linked to photos...
Russel Fouts on sun 14 nov 04
>> Hi, I did a clayart search for Terra Sigillata hotos gallery etc and didn't get many hits. I also tried google photos search. Can anyone direct me to a good source of online photos? Thanks! <<
Something a little different from your normal terra-sig.
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