Early in 2019, I contacted a number of Danish culture historical museums with archaeological responsibility, asking them to donate an object for his exhibition series. I informed them that the object might be depleted during the exhibition. Museum Southeast Denmark donated a soil sample, which is the material being exhibited as November’s Insignificants. The museum had mislaid information about the finding place and context of the sample, so they considered it unusable and dispensable. Later, they added that they are not even sure it is a soil sample; it might just be plain dirt, bagged in a bulk sample bag, and used to weigh down a tarpaulin cover at an excavation.