samarkeolog wrote: DT. wrote:
DT. wrote:Sam you do know ΛΟΚ (Λοκατζιδες) is the present day commando forces of the National Guard right?
In continuation of this you do know that LOK conduct war games till this day in deserted villages (obviously since they can't enter inhabited ones). Its common place for them to inscribe ΛΟΚ at places where they frequent for training.
2 of my mates who are in the commandoes will be away for the weekend on exercises in 3 deserted villages (which they wouldn't appreciate me naming right now.)
Don't know if this matters but thought I'd let you know anyway.
Cheers, yeah, I appreciate it.
I had seen references to Greek Cypriot commandos as LOK, but I hadn't had access to the stuff that discussed GC LOK's activities (when and where, during the conflict, etc.).
I wish they'd included the date like the National Guard did!
(It is the National Guard who tag things "93B", "B 2003", "BOOM 82", etc., isn't it?)
The "67B" and "68B" graffiti were on the same interior
wall as the LOK one, so the home must have been destroyed by 1967. But yeah, LOK could have tagged it last year.
It does matter. It's a pain in the arse for me, but it does matter!
I know Goshi
was destroyed in 1974, but I don't know how
destroyed it was, because the National Guard use it for war games. Certainly, one building was less destroyed
before - you can see part of the "4" they spray-painted onto the ruin has disappeared.
... Now, do you want to explain all this to archaeologists for me?