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Find a field Metal Detecting Group UK Rally review.

I’ve been unable to participate in metal detecting for a period of time, luckily just as I regained the ability to pick up my machine, a group i am a member of on Facebook, announced an organised rally only 12… Continue Reading →

The gateway to hell? Hundreds of anti-witch marks found in Midlands cave

If there is a gateway to hell, a portal from the underworld used by demons and witches to wreak their evil havoc on humanity, then it could be in a small east Midlands cave handy for both the M1 and… Continue Reading →

PODCAST TONIGHT @8PM WITH MIKE SMITH FINDER OF CELTIC CHARIOT – CLICK TO LISTEN

Mike Smith finder of the Celtic Chariot is on The All Metal Mode UK Podcast TONIGHT LIVE @8pm CLICK LINK TO LISTEN https://www.spreaker.com/show/all-metal-mode-uk Parts of an Iron Age chariot found by a metal detectorist have been declared treasure by the Pembrokeshire… Continue Reading →

ALL METAL MODE UK – WITH JULIAN EVAN HART

Juilan Evan Hart editor of Treasure Hunting Magazine will appear as a guest on The All Metal Mode UK Podcast in March. Julian has a wealth of experience in the hobby and has some amazing stories , it is sure… Continue Reading →

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

Archaeology and Metal Detecting magazine Editor Dave Sadler was invited to be interviewed by the leading Facebook group in its Genre –             British Medieval History this week. Here we thank Dave Pilling of British Medieval… Continue Reading →

NCMD overseas membership information.

During our recent broadcast of the All Metal Mode UK Podcast, we were joined by former National Council of Metal Detecting chairman – John Wells. Listen to “NCMD” on Spreaker. During the interview, we asked John about membership and insurance… Continue Reading →

Title to the gold by Andy Briggs

Forrest Fenn, a retired American art and antiquities dealer claims to have hidden a treasure chest in one of four States of the USA: New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming or Montana.  He says the chest is located somewhere in the Rocky… Continue Reading →

TONIGHT !! LIVE !! XP TEAM USA – THE PODCAST

 XP Team USA have a fantastic lineup of guests for the podcast this Friday night. XP Guru, Gary Blackwell will join the guys from The UK with all the latest insight on XP . Deus and ORX users, this is… Continue Reading →

A black market in black torture By Doug Pickford

They’re something that nightmares are made or – straight from a 1960s Hammer horror film – but ducking stools are fetching big money, it would appear. One, an aged oak contraption that last saw the light of day centuries ago… Continue Reading →

The Treasure Act in the UK

The following information is replicated directly from the Portable Antiquities Scheme website. The Archaeology and Metal Detecting magazine would like to thank the PAS for the use of the information and again offer our full support to the scheme and… Continue Reading →

My metal detecting journey by Digger Dawn

At the age of 13, while playing hide and seek on a building site, I dug my toe into the dirt and saw a coin appear. I pulled the coin from the mud, wiped it clean and looked that coin… Continue Reading →

1000 years old treasure found in Poland By Piotr Taubler

The Following story was constructed by Team of Yorkshire’s – Marek Zacharko, who was involved in the archaeological evaluation. The article has been translated to English from the original Polish for Archmdmag by Marek, 1000 years old treasure found in… Continue Reading →

Review: Aristowax Non-Silicone Wood Silk. A cheap alternative for Metal detecting finds cleaning and preservation.

Archaeology and Metal Detecting Magazine would like to make you aware of a small but growing contingent of individuals like myself, who have found that the use of the Aristowax Wood Silk furniture polish ( with Bees Wax) is convenient, cheap… Continue Reading →

Review : Seals and their Context in the Middle Ages by Phillip R Schofield

Seals and their Context in the Middle Ages 2015; viii + 205 pages, 14 essays, 130 colour and b&w illustrations, 4 tables. Oxford and Philadelphia, Oxbow Books 978-1-78297-817-6 or Click here for direct link Hardback £81.  Three and a half… Continue Reading →

REVIEW: 50 Finds from Manchester and Merseyside: Objects from the Portable Antiquities Scheme by Vanessa Oakden

50 Finds from Manchester and Merseyside: Objects from the Portable Antiquities Scheme by Vanessa Oakden Vanessa Oakden Amberley Publishing – £13.49 ISBN-13 – 978-1445658551 Greater Manchester and Merseyside are built-up, urban areas, where the archaeology is often hidden under modern buildings… Continue Reading →

REVIEW: 50 Finds from Cheshire: Objects from the Portable Antiquities Scheme

50 Finds from Cheshire: Objects from the Portable Antiquities Scheme Vanessa Oakden Amberley, £14.99 ISBN 978-1445646909 This new work celebrating finds reported to the Portable Antiquities Scheme in Cheshire provides an illustrated insight into the county’s archaeology, and challenges previous… Continue Reading →

The Archaeology Fox by Stuart Harris. Book review by Lily Sadler (Aged 9)

Daddy loves the Romans Mummy the ancient Greeks Little fox just doesn’t get it He thinks his parents are geeks What is with all the photos? A shovel in the hand, Daddy fox says it is a magic trick That… Continue Reading →

Poetical Expressions from Worlds Below. By Mike Murphy

My passion for history and all things archaeological stem from several things, My Dad and Uncle – Both 1970’s detectorist’s and passionate history buffs, And Mick Murphy. For as long as I can remember from being a child, Mike Murphy… Continue Reading →

The “Incomplete” Staffordshire Hoard by Graham Withers

In December 2012, 60-year-old Tempus Member, Graham Withers, who formally ran the clubs meeting place – The Church House Inn on Buxton Road in Congleton, found a small hoard in a field in North Staffordshire. The 10 valuable pennies –… Continue Reading →

The Rutus Hoard by Marcin Kowalski

Marcin began Metal Detecting in 2014 with a Whites Coin Master but used this for just a few outings before changing to a Whites XLT and began Metal Detecting the fields around Lancashire extensively researching the area to find good… Continue Reading →

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