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Portable Antiquities 3 Jan 19
Here is our final round-up of finds. These are on the theme of Christmas:
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Amy Downes 5 Oct 18
This the SWYOR team are celebrating having recorded our 30,000th find on the database! It's a Medieval shell shaped pilgrim badge from district, See for the full record.
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Portable Antiquities 10 Dec 18
Here's our round-up of finds from Wiltshire: Join us over on Instagram for this week's finds from Worcestershire:
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Prof Alice Roberts 21 Mar 18
I'm just as excited as to be joining the conference later this year!
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Portable Antiquities 5 Nov 18
Here's our round-up of finds on the theme of Halloween: Over on Instagram we are highlighting First World War finds in the run-up to Remembrance Sunday and the First World War Centenary:
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Caroline Lawrence 14 Apr 18
Spotted on page 7 of the latest Members’ magazine, this charming brooch of a dolphin, found in the delightfully-named village of Steeple Bumpstead. 😊
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Amy Downes 30 May 18
Team SWYOR_FLO have just recorded the 1000th find from reported to PAS since the scheme began 15 years ago. It's a humble Medieval bell which would have adorned a harness. Full record at
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Esther ✈ Jun 20
to 4 years ago today when I coordinated my outfit to match the 350 at 😂😂😂
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Wendy Scott 4 Sep 18
This week, my favourite brooch. Borre style with added bling. A Scandinavian import into Leics. .
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Andrew Brown 11 Oct 18
Early start at Ely heading to the conference today, followed by . But the wind and drizzle may have been worth it!
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David D. 7 Apr 18
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PAS in the Marches 4 Jun 18
Come and work with and me in the team based with and at - what more could anyone want to kickstart your career in / /
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Wendy Scott 7 Nov 18
Many thanks to Royal British Legion, Melton Mowbray for saving the day when our PAST explorers training venue became unavailable at the last minute.
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The Higgins 24 Sep 18
Matt Fittock will be on Wednesday, 1-3pm to record and ID your archaeological finds. Dig them up and help improve our knowledge of the past! Find out more information here:
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Amy Downes 9 Oct 18
As celebrates , the South and West Yorkshire team are celebrating recording their 30,000th find. Since it is and the whole team is in, we had today!
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Peter Voinovich Jun 15
That time of year… (with ).
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Treasure Registrars 26 Oct 18
Storytelling and archaeological best practice : the Bourne Valley Hoard and Frome Hoard feature in and s evening. See the former on display now!
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Peter Reavill 23 Dec 18
Only one thing better than a hoard ... Nope can't think of one Nothing's better than a palstave hoard
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🅰ntiquity Journal is publishing from home 12 Oct 18
Hello, ! We have an paper about 'the case for a voluntary code, led by co-operation, education and reward' A pragmatic approach to the problem of portable antiquities: the experience of England and Wales - R Bland () 2005 [£]
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Angie Bolton 12 Oct 18
It was the conference today. lecture was wonderful for two reasons, the content and every slide had an image of David Williams in it. Sat on the panel was not the moment to have a tiny teary moment! ’s photo
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