> SC: It depends. If it is material from Atlantis Rising and
> Nexus mags then yes. If not it is probably the snippet of the
> full journal page that Martin Stower gave to Frank Doernenburg
> (an amateur Egyptologist) to publish on his web site some years
You’ve had this explained to you already.
I did not give the “snippet” (actually a substantial, enlarged, detail) to Frank Dörnenburg for publication.
I shared several scans of the journal material with six (6) other people, by way of password-protected Web space, on the understanding that it was not to be published.
What Frank did with one of the images subsequently is not my responsibility.
The object of the enlargement was to show the fine detail clearly and avoid (such was my prescience) this kind of drivel:
Atlantis Rising and Nexus? Are you forgetting that in your Nexus article (Vol. 21, No. 4), all we see of the journal is your dubious drawings of it? While in Atlantis Rising (No. 106), the low-res photographic material serves merely as window dressing, with the real work (of deception) being done (again) by your drawings?