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Al-Farghani and the 'Short Degree' by Administration
Questionable Origins by Administration
A History of the World by Administration
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Piri Reis and the Columbus Map by Administration
Bligh: The Voyage Home by Administration
The Imperial Capital by Administration
Revealing the Secrets of Al Capone?s Fortress West by Administration
John Cabot's 1497 Voyage and the Limits of Historiography by Administration
TB, a Levant Company Factor on Pilgrimage, 1669 by Administration
"Honest Benbow" by Administration
BUCCANEERS by Administration
Southwark - Famous Inns of Olden Times by Administration
Seas Beneath The Sands by Administration
The Iliad by Administration
The Diplomacy of the Sons by Administration
Blackbeard, Or The Pirate of Roanoke by Administration
The Notebooks of Leonardo Da Vinci by Administration
Compilation of Colonial Spanish Terms by Bart
East Meets West IN VENICE by Administration
Desertification and Civilization by Administration
The Maya Chronicles, No. 1, EDITED BY D. G. BRINTON by Bart
The Spanish Frigate Nuestra Senora de Mercedes y las Animas and the Soul of the Monroe Doctrine by Jesus of Lubeck
The Silk Roads: A History by Solomon
Peter the Great by Administration
Buried Treasure - Where To Look by Administration
150-Million Year Old Baby Bird Fossil/ W Hide Scraper! by Administration
How To Swing A Metal Detector For Success by Administration
Choosing The Right Metal Detector by Administration
What Should I Look For In A Metal Detector? by Administration
Tips to Treasure Hunting With Metal Detectors by Administration
Never Be Without a Place To Detect Again by Administration
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Object Type: Coin
Copper alloy As of Augustus, 27BC - AD14.
Mint of Rome, 16BC
Moneyer: C. Asinius Gallus
Roman Imperial Coinage vol I, p. 69, no. 373
Cnut 'Quatrefoil' type penny with the legend "CNUT REX ANGLORU[M]" (Cnut, King of the English), struck in London by a moneyer named Edwin
Canute the ...
early medieval silver penny
Object Type: coin
Early Medieval silver penny of Cnut, Stamford, 1029-35 (North 790).
Findspot: OS Grid ref: SK6617 [limit...
England: Bronze Age spear fragment, tip only
Object Type: spear (Probably)
Bronze Age cast copper alloy spear (or possibly sword/rapier) fragment, tip only. Blad...
By Daily Mail Reporter Last updated at 11:16 PM on 06th August 2008
A pure gold cross dating from the 7th century has been discovered by a man with a m...
Portable Antiquities Scheme News
Exciting exhibition in Winchester of local artefacts displayed alongside illustrations done for the PAS, and original artwork
The PAS, Leeds Metropolitan University Carnegie Faculty of Sport and Education, West Yorkshire Archaeology Advisory Service, Education Leeds, Leeds Museums and Galleries and Royal Armouries are all working together in a ground-breaking school archaeology project next week!
Three amateur archaeologists and metal detector users have been placed second in the Dorset Archaeological Awards. The awards are made by the Dorset Archaeological Committee to give recognition to a wide range of projects and individuals in the county. First prize (the Cecil Colyer bowl) was awarded to Christopher Dalton for his three volume publication The Bells And Belfries Of Dorset.
EPPIC placements are the result of an exciting partnership between English Heritage, IFA and IHBC which began in 2003. This year, six one-year professional work-based learning placements are to be offered, in specialisms related to the historic environment.
Shrewsbury Museums Service is delighted to be able to display for the first time some internationally important archaeological finds from Shropshire.
Saturday 11th November 2006 at the Shirehall, Abbey Foregate, Shrewsbury