> Jon Ellison wrote:
> > How the hell do you know I know nothing about columns.
> > More speculation.????????
> Your own words Jon. Not only asking the questions of what these
> things mean but getting it completely wrong even after your are
> told and presumably read something on the subject. But
> hopefully at least now you know something about columns....
> Do you see me speculating?
> > I was keeping it simple .
> > You said it was a roman column
> > I stated that it was not a Roman column .
> > Meaning it could not be positively identified as a roman
> > column.
> It is a Roman column and can easily be identified as a Roman
> column in the context in which it is found in the quarry and
> what is found used in construction. It is your proven and
> repeated lack of understanding of Greek and Roman columns that
> raises any doubt where otherwise there is none.
> > And now you're as per usual trying to photobomb your way out
> > the corner you photobombed your way into.
> Lololo. Yes-Thanos "cornered" once again with only bombs made
> of photos to blast his way to freedom! And I only photobomb
> myself into a corner to place the dunce cap on your head.
> You do not understand words, now pictures offend you. Other
> than making drawings in crayon I've run out of options. But you
> are not really worth it anyways and the point of posting to you
> when you go off on these tangents is for the readers who might
> actually believe a word you say for some reason.
> > Over and out.
> Good idea.
Show me a roman column shaft that even resembles those pictured.
Where are the columns??????
The geographical context in which it was found is under discussion in this discussion forum.
You made a mistake. Admit it and shut up.