This year marks 15 years of the Portable Antiquities Scheme as a national scheme. Throughout the year we’ll be celebrating finds from each county – a find a day for the whole year! Here are the finds we’ve chosen from Warwickshire:
Medieval arrowhead (WMID-95AB3B): A copper alloy arrowhead.
Early Medieval penny (WAW-001516): A silver penny of Harold I, minted in Lincoln, by the moneyer Beorhtric.
Post-medieval seal matrix (WAW-299C28): A gold fob seal of an owl with the initials AD inscribed in the matrix part.
Bronze Age ring (WAW-97DE52): A gold penannular ring.
Roman mount (WMID-1BE588): A copper alloy mount depicting the head of a Satyr.
Neolithic arrowhead (WAW-42E601): A flint leaf-shaped arrowhead.
Iron Age harness fitting (WAW-CA0CC0): A copper alloy bridle strap junction.