> It's cited as such in.....
> Stocks, D.A. (1989) Ancient factory
> mass-production techniques: indications of
> large-scale stone bead manufacture during the
> Egyptian New Kingdom Period. Antiquity, 63,
> Stocks, D.A. (1993) Making Stone vessels in
> Ancient Mesopotamia and Egypt. Antiquity, 67,
> Stocks, D.A. (1997) Derivation of ancient Egyptian
> faience core and glaze materials, Antiquity, 71,
> Stocks, D.A. (1999) Stone sarcophagus manufacture
> in ancient Egypt. Antiquity, 73, 918-22.
> Stocks, D.A. (2001) Testing ancient Egyptian
> granite-working methods in Aswan. Upper Egypt,
> Antiquity, 75, 89-94.
> Do you want me to stop..... or keep focusing for
You guys are cute. You post writings no one can access. Your "unpublished thesis" comes from a reference in someone else's book. And it does not say PhD or MPhil thesis.
There is a paper, free, on academia.edu where Stocks' unpublished thesis is also given as a reference
Egyptian Stone Vessels in Palestine During the Second Millennium B.C
D. Stocks (Industrial Technology at Kahun and Gurob; experimental manufacture and test of replica and reconstructed tools with indicated users and effects upon artifact production, MA Thesis, University of Manchester, 1988).
So this MPhil is an "extra research level between" between your bs and imagination.
I found mention that he's a member of Manchester's Art History & Archaeology Dept, so what would the MA be in?
There's a LinkedIn entry that reads:
Manchester, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom Arts and Crafts
I'll laugh my ass off if this is him.
I've had it, you're making stuff up.
That's really shoddy work archae. And you wonder why we question everything you say.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 08-May-16 23:16 by Audrey.