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British Medieval History interview Archaeology and Metal Detecting Magazine Editor – Dave Sadler

by Dave Sadler
Archaeology and Metal Detecting magazine Editor Dave Sadler was invited to be interviewed by the leading Facebook group in its Genre -             British…

3,000-year-old sword found in Denmark is ‘still sharp’

by Dave Sadler
A 82cm Bronze Age sword was recently discovered by amateur archaeologists near the Danish town of Svebølle, Museum Vestsjælland announced on Wednesday. Local residents Ernst Christiansen and Lis Therkelsen had taken their metal detector…

UKDN Word Magazine – September 16 edition FREE PDF

by Dave Sadler
Click here for free UKDN Word Magazine - September 16 edition FREE PDF or visit the Archaeology and Metal Detecting magazines magazine and newsletter section for more free PDFs 

Celtic Strymon / Trident Coinage FREE PDF

by Dave Sadler
Click here for Celtic Strymon / Trident Coinage FREE PDF  or visit the Archaeology and Metal Detecting magazine PDF section for more free PDFs 

Free Garrett Searcher Magazine, Fall 2016 PDF

by Dave Sadler
Click here for Free Garrett Searcher Magazine, Fall 2016 PDF or visit the Archaeology and Metal Detecting magazines magazine and newsletter section for more free PDFs   

Stud found in Walsingham links to East Anglia’s Roman past

by Dave Sadler
A silver stud found buried in a Norfolk village commemorated the quashing of Queen Boudicca's rebellion, an expert said. Researcher Jacqueline Cahill Wilson said the stud, found in Walsingham, may have come from a Roman horse harness.…

Not Just for the Beach: 5 Ways To Optimize Metal Detector Technology Applications

by Dave Sadler
When it comes to metal detectors, imagining a machine that beeps at every bottle cap or coin is a mistake in thinking. In fact, the technology keeps evolving by leaps and bounds, and it’s a technology…

Help Ben Study Medieval Scabbard Chapes

by Dave Sadler
I am researching medieval English scabbard chapes formed of folded copper alloy. They date from the period c. AD 1050–1300. The overwhelming majority are fragmentary when found and recognisable by the most decorative elements (shield for the mounted warrior, dragon head for…

Ancient Pictish brooch discovered near St Andrews

by Dave Sadler
The two-part artefact discovered in Boarhills by local man David Liddle was covered in mud and he did not realise its importance. The find, described as significant by Martin Goldberg from National Museums Scotland, has now gone on display at St Andrews Museum.…

Drone Video Shows Tunnel Entrance to ‘Nazi Gold Train’

by Dave Sadler
This drone video takes us above the location where a team of Polish treasure hunters has started to dig for the legendary Nazi Gold Train, near Walbrzych, Poland. Legend has it that the Nazis buried a train packed with gold and looted treasure at…