Our First Dig Godfrey Pratt documents some of the trials and tribulations
of organising a dig in Norfolk.
Roman Silver Hoard A stroke of luck leads Ray Stobbs to a new
permission with amazing results.
PAS Corner This month, John Naylor uses finds recorded on the PAS
database to focus on early-medieval finds from Wales, as well as pilgrims’
ampullae and badges.
Reader Finds A round-up of some of our readers’ recent finds.
My Medieval Compass and Other Examples Dave Crisp investigates
these rare artefact finds, only six of which have been recorded with PAS.
Pastures New Max Peberdy unearths a fabulous selection of finds in
Oxfordshire with his new Minelab Equinox 800.
A Wartime Mystery Norbert Antkowiak embarks on some painstaking
research in an effort to identify and return six WW2 US Army dog tags.
Not Another Button! The first article of a new series by Gordon Bailey,
looking at the history of buttons through the centuries, illustrated with some
of the many beautiful examples in Gordon’s collection.
Identifying Medieval Coins In the latest instalment of this fascinating
series, Carl Savage explains how to identify the later coinage of Edward I
and the coinage of Edward II.
Days Out with the XP ORX Deus user Paul Bancroft tests out an XP ORX
on his Roman site.
Celtic Coin Values Details and sale prices of beautiful Celtic coins sold
recently by Chris Rudd Auctions.
The Rodney Cook Rally 2021 Julian Evan-Hart reports back from this
year’s event and photographs a selection of some of the great finds made.
Auction Round-Up A selection of lots sold at TimeLine Auctions’ recent
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