Hi John and others,

So "it is also called the Venus stone..."? Which part of her anatomy does it
represent? One of her breasts or...something else?
Perhaps with a bit of luck someone might find Venus (de Milo) missing arms
too?
Unless some darned dog, (a cousin of the Nahkla dog?) from the island of
Milo (or Melos) found them first!

Josť

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> Ron, Steve and others,
>
> Things really are at a snails pace on the list these days...so slow that I
> thought I would pass on my meteorite revelation for the day.
>
> Looking at my "Meteorite Calendar" for August, it dawned on me today that
the
> Adamana oriented meteorite owned by Robert Haag should be renamed the
Madonna
> meteorite. ;<)   It is also called the Venus stone...hmmmm
>
> www.meteorman.org/Adamana.htm
>
> John
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