The Sedgeford hoard

  • 95 Pages
  • 1.26 MB
  • English
Tempus , Stroud, Gloucestershire
Coin hoards -- England -- Norfolk., Excavations (Archaeology) -- England -- Norfolk., Norfolk (England) -- Antiqui
StatementMegan Dennis and Neil Faulkner.
ContributionsFaulkner, Neil.
LC ClassificationsCJ277.G7 D46 2005
The Physical Object
Pagination95 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22727348M
ISBN 100752434381

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BOOK ONLINE; The Sedgeford Hoard. One of the amazing finds over the past years is the famous Sedgeford Hoard. Its story can be found below. Last Autumn I had the pleasure of being shown around the Lynn museum and there it was ‘our Sedgeford hoard’ for all to see. If you have the time during your stay please do go and visit the Lynn museum.

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Stroud: The History Press, © Material Type. The Sedgeford Hoard. Stroud: Tempus. Evans, J. The Sedgeford hoard book Coins of the Ancient Britons. London. Fitzpatrick, A.P. The deposition of La Tène Iron Age metalwork in watery contexts in southern England.

In B. Cunliffe & D. Miles (eds), Aspects of the Iron Age in Central Southern Britain, Cited by: 1. The list of Iron Age hoards in Britain comprises significant archaeological hoards of coins, jewellery, precious and scrap metal objects and other valuable items discovered in Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales) that are associated with the British Iron Age, approximately 8th century BC to the 1st century includes both hoards that were buried with the intention of.

Sedgeford Historical and Archaeological Research Project - SHARP. likes. The Sedgeford Historical and Archaeology Research Project (SHARP) was established in 5/5(2). Buy The Sedgeford Hoard (Archive Photographs) by Megan Dennis, Neil Faulkner (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

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The Sedgeford Hoard Author Dennis, Megan & Neil Faulkner Book condition Used - Paperback, 23 cm, 95 pp. Ills.: b/w and color illustrations. Cond.: zeer goed / very good. ISBN: Binding Paperback ISBN 10 ISBN 13 Publisher Tempus Place of Publication Stroud Date published Keywords Bookseller catalogs UK.

The Staffordshire Hoard book is an excellent overview of the discovery and how it was discovered. It also has an excellent collection of photographs to illustrate what was found and shows close up photos of the early Anglo-Saxon pagan art style.

In the discussion it talks about ideas on why this gold/silver and metal art treasure was located at Cited by: The Sedgeford Hoard. By M. Dennis and N. Faulkner. Tempus, Stroud, Pp.

95, illus. Price: £ ISBN 0 4Author: Jody Joy. Currently one of the largest archaeological projects in Britain. The site is believed to have offered a camp to Bodicea and some remarkable finds have been made such as the famous Sedgeford Hoard & the Sedgeford Torc. The site is open to visitors in July & August from pm every day, except Saturday.

Guided Site Tours every Friday 3pm. Parish Summary: Sedgeford. It is mentioned in the Domesday Book, where it has a complicated multiple entry.

The wealth of evidence gathered from the area is very difficult to summarise and what follows is not exhaustive. The full records should be examined for more details.

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This site is like a library, you could find million book here by using search box in the widget. The Sedgeford Hoard. Sedgeford is a civil parish in the English county of Norfolk, about 5 miles south of the North Sea and 3 miles ( km) east of the is 36 miles north-west of area of square miles (17 km 2) had a population, including Fring, of at the Census.

This was an increase from people and households in the census. For the purposes of local Country: England. Book Review: Only Mostly Devastated, aka Queer Grease Book That Will Make You Laugh and Also Cry This is late because I suck but anyways uhhhhh this book good, go read book and fall in love with these disaster characters.

The Sedgeford Historical and Archaeological Research Project (SHARP) is a long-term, multidisciplinary research project based in north-west Norfolk, United is involved in the investigation of the local history and archaeology, with a strong emphasis on community involvement, practical training and Project attracts volunteer excavators and.

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Torcs are a well-known, and easily recognised, form of Later Iron Age ornament. Traditionally assumed to be worn around the neck, smaller examples from, for example, Towton (Joy ), Leekfrith (Farley ) and Netherurd (Feacham ) may suggest that some were worn as bracelets/armrings.

Some may have adorned statues. They occur in a number of. Your complete dairy library for books, videos, and more. Quantity discounts are available on some items.

Learn more by calling or email [email protected] if you have any questions. For Hoard's Dairyman subscriptions, click here. Inthe finding of a large section of the Sedgeford torc, also in NW Norfolk, further suggested an East Anglian concentration, but it wasn’t untilwhen Ian Stead and the British Museum started excavating the Snettisham site that the bulk of what we now think of as the Snettisham hoards was found.

The Sedgeford Hoard - 32 gold Gallo-Belgic E staters found buried inside a cow bone - dated to the Iron Age.

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Trench 25 came to an end this week, after a complicated stratigraphy was discovered. Based on the range and number of finds, it is clear that a linear feature, possibly for managing water, was in use for a sustained period of time. Neil Faulkner has written extensively on archaeology, including The Sedgeford Hoard, and The Decline and Fall of Roman Britain, among others, and lectures on archaeology, ancient history and classical : The History Press.

Whoever buried the Sedgeford Hoard intended to return for it. The position of the half metre oval pit was marked with a cow’s pelvis.

But whilst the area shows signs of disturbance after the hoard was buried, no one claimed the hoard and the site was abandoned. c Gilt/brass cased clock-watch with alarm, sundials and lunar volvelle in the form of a book.

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The work at Sedgeford is on-going. The project has yielded a series of headline discoveries over the years: the Sedgeford Hoard () of Gallic-Belgic gold staters and an Iron Age horse burial; the gold terminal of the Sedgeford Torc (); a late Neolithic/Early Bronze.

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A hoard – now famous and in Lynn Museum – of 39 gold staters (gold coins) found concealed within a cow’s humerus. “The book presents both the detailed information required by the archaeological Author: Gareth Calway.

The Sedgeford Hoard discovered by SHARP. This collection of Iceni gold staters was found, hidden in a cow femur. The collection was documented and is now on show in the Kings Lynn Museum.

BERT will receive basic training in cleaning finds and in the techniques used by SHARP to preserve the artefacts recovered from excavations. The Staffordshire Hoard book is an excellent overview of the discovery and how it was discovered.

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