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The Archaeology and Metal detecting magazine are one of the leading online sites of its genre. Produced by Archaeologists and Metal Detectorists for Archaeologist, Metal Detectorists and all other interested readers. Offering multiple platforms for Archaeological, Historical and metal detecting news, articles, research areas, multimedia and much more. It is our hope that we are able to assist in multiple areas from learning, assisting and communication.

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WW2 US Pilots badge up today found by Harrison. A beautiful find. ... See MoreSee Less
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www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9574591/Hunt-lost-artwork-legendary-Amber-Room-set-begin-divers-...Divers hunting for lost artwork from the legendary Amber Room looted by the Nazis are to begin searching a WWII shipwreck at the bottom of the Baltic Sea. ... See MoreSee Less
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Consisting of over 8,500 silver objects which weigh 40kg in total, the Cuerdale Hoard is the largest Viking silver hoard found in western Europe. It’s thought to have been buried in the early 10th century AD. It was found #OnThisDay in 1840 by workmen repairing the south side of the River Ribble at Cuerdale, near Preston in northwest England.The Ribble Valley was the main route between Viking York and the Irish Sea, and the coins found in the hoard reveal it must have been buried between 905 and 910, shortly after the expulsion of the Vikings from Dublin in 902. This size of hoard represents extraordinary wealth and was probably deposited by several people rather than an individual.🔍 The Cuerdale Hoard. Viking. 9th–early 10th century AD. Read more: ow.ly/6YMu30rGiqT ... See MoreSee Less
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