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Recently, I had the visit of a Dr Jones Jr Ph.D.
He left some of his souvenirs at the Surnateum. My question is : What does is satchel bag contain ?
There are actually various items : a Shivalinga, two brushes, a notebook, a can opener, a silver pocket watch, a fountain pen, various documents – a map of the Sahara with Shell areas for gasoil, a photo of a tank MarkV, a photo of a skyclad young woman with the inscription « to Dr Jones with Love », …
But what else ?

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Perhaps the bowl is for mixing poisons, and the sticks are for making blowgun darts.
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The bowl is very similar to the Holy Grail...
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"That belongs in a museum!!!"


Grail Diary? Antidote vial?
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Very nice Curator!
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If you look at the "props" they're authentical antique things. Not really "Indiana Jones props".
The only real IJ props are the Fedora hat and the small Ark of the Covenant.

Some documents and photos within the satchel bag.

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Compass, box of matches, correspondence, maybe some change
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Compass is on my search list. There's a lighter in the set, but matchbox should be ok.
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Extra bullets, I know in the movies, the guns automatically reload, but in real life, you need more ammo.
Toilet paper. Real life. Doesn't have to be a prop, but it would be there.
Brush, chisel, dental scraper, all around useful tools in archiological digs.(A nearby rock could be used as a hammer, no need to carry the weight)
Glasses. Magnifying glass. Keys. Passport. Maps. Coin with bullet hole.
The notebook would have some unusual information. Phases of the moon for a year in 8th century BC. Notes on certain tribes, The quaciyoodle indians, when in doubt, go to the left, left is good luck. Average heigth of a brave is 5'2' so if pacing off a map, a step would be 16" instead of 18" on a 6'3" explorer. Dates of eclipses for the last several thousand years.
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Creased sepia tone photograph of an Alaskan Malamute (circa 1910-1915)
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Brush and toothbrush, I have.
A dental scraper and a chisel are a very good idea, the notes in the notebook too.
And I'm still looking for an old Alaskan Malamute photo (but a drawing should be ok).
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On 2011-01-28 13:59, The Curator wrote:
Brush and toothbrush, I have.
A dental scraper and a chisel are a very good idea, the notes in the notebook too.
And I'm still looking for an old Alaskan Malamute photo (but a drawing should be ok).


Dog tag or rabies vaccination tag could be a nice lead in for some sort of coin transmutation.
Dog chain/siberian chain escape.
An archiologist traveling through an urban area might have a use for some handy dog biscuits when jumping over fences in pursuit/being pursued. What YOU might use them for is open to question.
Flashlight, although Indy always seems to find the makings for a torch laying around.
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Wowo.. beautiful collection, Sir, I don't feel I really qualify to comment, but,how about a pocket knife from Dad..maybe a reichspfenning or two and some bobby pins..I mean he must have used something to keep that hat on..plus, good for picking locks!
p.s. Glad I was able to see D. before she was censored by Big Brother..didn't have to be a psychic to see that coming...
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p.s. Glad I was able to see D. before she was censored by Big Brother..didn't have to be a psychic to see that coming...


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Hard tack or corn dodgers. Fossilized Smile
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I already miss D's A, talk about MISSdirection
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I'll probably add one of those in the set...

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There will be some routines/tests linked to the set-up. One of the tests' theme will be based on the discovery of a (outlaw Smile ) relic hidden in a reproduction of the canopic vases illustrated here.
Those specific canopic vases are from Tanis (Egypt). The reproduction based on the real ones is really nice too. It has no sense using real antique canopic jars in this effect...

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Spare ammo, leather conditioner, an "Old Timer" pocket knife, water purification tablets, a mess kit.
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Re: the Crystal Head Vodka decanter

"Empty" or "Full" Dear Curator Smile

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