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    • 3 to 5 business eras
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    • I think it’s when their society falls
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    • Unpopular opinion: Coffins are just spooky loot boxes
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    • Honestly, guys. You all have my permission to rob my grave when I die. If some idiot buries me with good stuff, have at it. I don't need any of that crap cause I'm dead!
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    • The difference is what you do with it. An archaeologist doesn't sell his finds at the pawn shop.
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    • Archeology only counts id you discover something, you didnt discover Helen from 2001s body, everyone knew she was there
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    • 30 years if the grave is unmarked. If it is named you can’t as long there are living relatives, but said relatives can give permission.
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    • An archeologist told me: it's not about how much time passes it's about what you do with the loot, if it's displayed in public you're an archeologist, if it's hidden in a private collection then it's grave robbing
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    • Forensics major here, the dividing line between a forensic discovery and an archeological discovery is 75 years
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    • Looked it up because I was interested. Turns out it's based on nothing more than your intentions. If it's for research it's archeology, if it's for profit it's grave robbing.
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    • The amount of time for an archaeological survey is 50 years, but you have to be licensed and on contract.
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    • If you’re selling the noonelry to a pawn shop it’s too soon. But if you’re selling to a museum, you’re good.
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    • If it’s for personal gain then it’s grave robbing. If it’s for museums and historical documentation then it’s archeology
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    • It's archeology when there's something to learn from digging it up. Has nothing to do with time. Who's the guy in the grave 2 spaces away from grandpa? Donno? ARCHEOLOGY
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    • If it's for financial gain it's grave robbing if it's for scientific gain it's archeological
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    • "why loot the dead when you can buy from me?" - Markus, Markus Munitions
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    • "As An ArChAeOlOgIsT i FiNd ThIs A vErY aWkWaRd QuEsTiOn"
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    • I took an anthro class about archaeology and the answer is 50 years from the date of death. So it's internationally allowed to dig up WWII graves and donate their corpses to museums.
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    • Eh it really comes down to what do you intend to do with it. If it old enough to be considered an historical treasure then it goes to a museum for others to view the swag of history. If you just dug up your great grandma to pawn her pearls then you definitely a dick
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    • no one’s left alive to be mad at you for doing it
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    • 100 years, a license, and a warrant.
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    • Pulling gold out of ancient tombs can still be called grave robbing. What matters is the purpose behind what you're doing
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    • If you're grave-robbing, youre taking something from a burial site with the intention of pawning it or keeping it. Archeology is when you take something from a burial site for research purposes. Archeologists also have permission to go through and survey these areas whereas graverobbers don't.
      fetuschef 30 jul
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    • When none of their decendents remember them enough to care if their tomb was robbed.
      Jpaws 4 aug
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    • This is great fucking YouTube vid subject. I’m pretty sure ownership passes elsewhere even after the cemetery turns into an empty lot or yard. But the short answer is: if there’s no one to sue you, it’s considered archeology.
      the_luis 31 jul
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    • All archaeology is grave robbing. Not all grave robbing is archaeology
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    • How do I keep my noodles from sticking? My wife said she was going to teach me but she hasn’t and I am just trying to make Mac and cheese and life is hard because I can’t fucking make it
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    • The response was that archaeologists find this question uncomfortable
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    • About 300 years. Finding pirate treasure in the Caribnoon is considered marine archaeology.
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    • The grave has to be unmarked
      duke69 30 jul
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    • I would say when they dont have relatives that give a shit anymore
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    • Does the culture still exist, or do the descendants of that culture still exist and claim it? I mean western archaeologists steal shit from existing cultures all the time but ideally that's where I'd put the line.
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    • If it's for "educational" reasons, it's considered archeology. But what if your kids want to see your grandma?? Can't you dig her up to educate them on how she looks?
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    • If its for education its archeology if its for private profit its graverobbing
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    • it is exactly 300 years
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    • It's all fucking grave robbery, calling it archeology just helps you sleep at night
      ejll 31 jul
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    • It's the process of excavation as well as intent. Even in archaeology you can't just show up and start digging up bodies. You have to be able to prove before a committee there is no other way to gain research data before you're allowed to exume bodies and even then in many cases the request is denie
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    • About 4 years, unless you takes extra credits and summer classes then you might graduate early
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    • I ask my friend who is going into archeology and he said “when enough time has passed that society forgets that it’s a grave”
      monkey_Q 30 jul
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    • Such a grave sense of humor.
      Hdjshsk 30 jul
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    • Once the gravesite is no longer maintained
      Curroot 30 jul
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    • I think as long as you find it unexpectedly and by accident it's a legitimate archeological find
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    • You have to get permission from the closest surviving members of what ever groups land you are about to excavate, and you typically agree to surrender whatever you find over to museum in exchange for a payment. You are retrieving someones ancestor’s goods to be record for historical value, not sell
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    • When the country no longer exists and none of their ancestors have heard about them. And only if you take it specifically to put in a museum or learn about the culture
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    • You wouldn’t need to dig up graves from times when history was recorded.
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    • Nothing is illegal unless you get caught
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    • Actually a legitimate question
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    • When nobody is left of there people to stop you
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    • No waiting if you don’t get caught
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    • Actual answer: when there is no more evidence of the graveyard being a graveyard. Top soil atop graves and stones returned to nature.
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    • Antique: 50-100 years old Archaeology: Thousands of years old
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    • Sylic3 30 jul
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    • Words spoken by a wise man once told me “It’s only illegal if you get caught”
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    • As an overachiever, I did not wait for them to be dead. On a totally unrelated note; I need bail money
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    • 563 years. So I've heard
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    • 25 minutes
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    • When the society has collapsed for 1 century
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    • Not even the archaeologists know
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    • When people forgot that spots a graveyard then its fine.
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    • Probably when the grave belongs to a civilization that no longer exists. Source: common sense
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    • If you take the bones as well you can make white dye
      Xeniacal 1 aug
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    • When they have no living traceable relatives
      McTimothy 31 jul
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    • When the items may prove to be historically significant.
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    • It becomes an archeological discovery if you write notes, then when they ask why you dug up a 7 year old and ravaged their body you can say it was for study
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    • I think like 7 or 8 minutes and u good
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    • When the society dies
      newindian 30 jul
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    • Well considering they are digging up WW2 era graves, roughly 70+ years
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    • If you want an honest answer historical archaeology starts abot 60 to 70 years after the event has transpired. So wait 70 years and it is archaeology
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    • It's illegal for an archeologist to keep what they find, you'd still be a grave robber if you keep it for personal wealth. Sadly Indiana Jones is not real life.
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    • Archeology is once a civilization has died
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    • I think its more about historical significance rather than time. If it tells you about something important or solves a mystery, its archeology, but if its just for monetary value alone, its grave robbing
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    • There is no time limit. If you take that bracelet in order to better understand a civilization and it's people: archaeology. If you take that bracelet to destroy or sell: grave robber
      McDoogs 30 jul
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    • It's about perspective. While you might see taking something from a pyramid as archeology, the locals probably see it as grave robbing.
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    • I asked my science teacher this a couple years ago and he said once the last body to be buried has been buried for at least 100 years then it's considered archeology
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    • When no one is alive who cares enough to complain.
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    • I mean archeology in theory at least is generally going to be respectful of and take good care of any artifacts it finds, whereas a grave robber is looking for personal gain or profit.
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    • 1. Is the society still around 2. Did you ask permission 3. Are you doing this for scientific study or to get shiny things
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    • It’s still grave robbing if u keep for yourself you have to donate to a museum or some shit
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    • The only difference is actually if you take the stuff for yourself. Taking things for you to keep is called grave robbing no matter what but if you turn it in somewhere for people to learn what it is and have a pleasant experience then its archaeology.
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    • I'd say at least long enough that they no longer have any close traceable family and if you are doing it for historical research
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    • There is no waiting time if you don’t get caught...
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    • Difference between graverobbing and archaeology: permits and whether or not you make your finds public record. That's LITERALLY it. Y'all some noons.
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    • It's only illegal if you get caught
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    • It's when people stop going yo that death site
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    • Theres gonna be a day that someome thinks of you for the last time ever
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    • If it’s your job then it’s fine, but if you aren’t an archeologist it’s robbing. Also if you just happen upon a graveyard you probably shouldn’t mess with it even if you are an archeologist.
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    • Until the body despawns
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    • The ancient Egyptian era ended approximately 1,624 years ago.. Well there’s you have it. The wait time is 1,624 years.
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    • Need to wait until the current civilization falls and a new one starts to form I guess
      Rasiris 3 aug
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    • When there's none of them left to be offended
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    • I pulled a wristwatch off a guy that died in 1924 behind a temple of Jehovah and no one seemed to care
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    • Welp im sure the Egyptians of egypt would disagree with Any of that due to when the British came to the pyramids taking archaeological finds and shoving them in museums in Britain and giving the Egyptian people barely anything
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    • Give it 200 years
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    • Legit question
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    • It depends on your motive, if your doing it to learn and study then it’s archeology, if your doing for your own personal gain it’s grave robbing no matter how old it is
      BandCam 31 jul
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    • Wait, its illegal?
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    • I think you just gotta forget it’s location and it’s fine. Unmarked is looting, marked is robbing
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