The Archaeology and Metal Detecting Magazine

Excavation teams return to the Ness of Brodgar and Rousay

by Dave Sadler
The covers come off at the Ness of Brodgar excavation site tomorrow, Monday, with the 2016 season looking set to be one of the busiest to date. The dig, now in its twelfth season, will see excavators from all over the globe converge on Stenness…

What Evidence Do We Have For The Role Of Portable Material Culture (Including Pottery) In The British Neolithic? By Alison Smith (BA Hons)

by Dave Sadler
This essay will discuss what evidence do we have for the role of portable material culture…

Discuss The Benefits Of Metal Detectorists To The Archaeological Community By Alison Smith (BA Hons)

by Dave Sadler
This essay will discuss the benefits of metal Detectorists to the archaeological community by examining the various methods undertaken by metal Detectorists…

How Crowdsourced Archaeology Could Help Solve the Mysteries of Peru

by Dave Sadler
Archaeologists have studied the ancient city of Petra for more than 200 years. So I didn’t feel wildly hopeful about finding anything unknown when I did a satellite survey of the site in 2012. But then, there it was: a…

Werowocomoco: A place of power, a lost city, an archaeological site, a national park

by Dave Sadler
The U.S. National Park Service has taken Werowocomoco under its umbrella. The site of Werowocomoco, Powhatan’s capital city during the early years of the Jamestown Colony, has been acquired…

Discovery of Gold Coins Confirm Battle Of Teutoburg Forest Site

by Dave Sadler
New discoveries at the archaeological site of Kalkriese in Germany point to where many Roman legionaries were massacred. Sarah Bond and ancient historian Adrian Murdoch explore the discovery.  There is no doubt that the Roman…

The Indian man who restored a 4,500-year-old mummy

by Dave Sadler
Anupam Sah, the head conservator of Mumbai's Prince of Wales museum, has successfully restored a 4,500-year-old mummy belonging to the state museum in the southern Indian city of Hyderabad. Sriram Karri reports on how he did it. The mummy, believed to be that…

Excavation fails to find King Alfred’s ditch

by Dave Sadler
THE fabled ditch of King Alfred still remains undiscovered following an archaeological dig by TV valuation expert Marc Allum and his team in Chippenham. The excavation took place in the garden of Mr Allum’s home, on St Mary’s Street, for the third year in a…

Undercurrents: new work on Egyptian commerce and communication outside the Nile valley

by Dave Sadler
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The 2nd Mayor of Rochdale charity Metal Detecting Rally

by Dave Sadler
Archaeology and Metal detecting Magazine and Tempus: Archaeology and Metal detecting group will be organising and sponsoring their 2nd charity metal detecting rally on behalf of Mayor Ray Dutton of Rochdale. A 100 acre site has been secured offering…
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