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Name: Vince Burrows
Posts: 39 (0.103 per day)
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Date Registered: January 29, 2007, 07:40:12 PM
Last Active: February 10, 2008, 04:12:38 AM

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Age: 45
Location: Kent, England
Local Time: February 11, 2008, 07:52:21 PM


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| June 25, 2007, 11:21:39 PM | Vince Burrows
Currently, directing field geophysical surveys for Canterbury University at Lyminge in Kent and prepairing for further contractual projects with History Hunters in France. Wink
| March 24, 2007, 12:22:36 AM | Vince Burrows
Director of the Chilton site near Dover. Discovery of a new Saxon cemetery and possible Bronze Age burial site.
Experience | February 26, 2007, 07:59:57 PM | Administration
17 Years metal detecting using numerous types of motion, non-motion and pulse induction equipment.
President of the White Cliffs Metal Detecting Club set-up in 1994. The club is renowned for pioneering large scale finds recording using several global satellite positioning systems on all organised fields or sites. Its training opportunities for members to learn practical excavation experience on archaeological sites & general responsible metal detecting practices. Since 1998, the club maintains an exclusive display case at Dover Museum one of only 3 at that time in the UK. Membership is currently the largest of the nine clubs in Kent at 64 members & 32 associated.
15 Years in small find identification from the Bronze Age to 16th century together with; a general knowledge of struck flint and pottery.
11 Years general finds conservation & cleaning.
10 Years supporting archaeologists as source gatherer of historical small finds data on sites & active landscape investigation.
8 Years working as an excavator with Dover Archaeological Group on numerous sites from Neolithic to late Saxon.
7 Years liaison with the Finds Liaison Officers of Kent.
4 Years studying geophysics`s - Patent designer of a new surveying device (on market soon) increase field survey time by 47%.
2 Years voluntarily geophysical field / interpretation of results training for University Students studying archaeology at Canterbury, Kent.
Directed small archaeological excavations together with geophysical survey over an area of 400 square metres. Published Interim report (Kent Archaeological Review - Spring 2006, issue 164) Iron Age Activity on Edinburgh Hill, nr Dover Castle, Kent.
Undertake voluntary field walking and beech combing activities for the Young Archaeologists Club Canterbury, Kent.
School talks (Primary, Secondary & Grammar) using visual aids of metal detected finds (free on loan-display cases) and hand made historical modals.
Worked with Time Team (channel 4) at Canterbury & Eastry, Hidden Treasure series - Ringlemere Bronze Age Gold Cup & find of national importance (BBC) and Past Finders (ITV).
Director of field surveys for Sub Scan South-East Archaeological & Commercial Geophysical Surveys.  
Director of History Hunters International geophysical field surveys.
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