Kent Finds, January-March 2019

Welcome!
finders, find specialists and everyone else interested in the archaeological finds of Kent. In this issue you will find the Kent Find Liaison Officer’s schedule for the next quarter, a selection of stunning finds to round up 2018 and the next instalment of Kent is Wyrd where we take a look at the Anglo– Saxon finds which help give Kent a unique archaeological personality.

Kent is Wyrd! Part Three: Garnet, Gold and the Kingdom of Kent

In our third article of our ‘Kent is Wyrd’ series Kent FLO, Jo Ahmet, discusses the iconic garnet jewellery of early Anglo-Saxon Kent and how it fits in the story of the county and the rise of the Early-Medieval  Kingdoms.

Kent is Wyrd! Part Two: The Iron Age and the First Coins of Kent

In our second article of our ‘Kent is Wyrd’ series Kent numismatist, David Holman, explores the unique place Kent has in the Iron Age

Kent Finds, October-December 2018

Welcome finders, find specialists and everyone else interested in the archaeological finds of Kent. In this issue you will find the Kent Find Liaison Officer’s schedule for the next quarter, a selection of recent stunning finds and our next instalment of Kent is Wyrd where we take a look at the artefacts and finds which help give Kent a unique archaeological personality.

Kent Finds, The Newsletter for the PAS and finds in Kent. July-September 2018

Welcome finders, find specialists and everyone else interested in the archaeological finds of Kent. In this issue you will find the Kent Find Liaison Officer’s schedule for the next quarter, info on new projects starting in Kent, a selection of finds from the last quarter and the first of a three part series, Kent is Wyrd’, where we take a look at what artefacts make Kent, Kent 

Click here for Kent is Wyrd! Part One:

The Bronze Age in Kent, the Wonder in the Weird

 

 

Kent is Wyrd! Part One: the Age of Bronze

In this first of a series of blog posts on what makes Kent, well Kent, Dr. Sophie Adams talks Bronze Age Hoards in Kent and new discoveries being made thanks to finds reported to the PAS and through the Treasure Act 1996.

Further Reading

Adams, S. 2016. Boughton Malherbe Bronze Age Hoard. Kent Archaeological Society Magazine. Issue 104. 14-16.

Adams, S. 2017. The Contents and Context of the Boughton Malherbe Late Bronze Age Hoard. Archaeologia Cantiana, 138. 37-64.

Parfitt, K. 2017. Bronze Age Hoards from the Lees Court Estate. Kent Archaeological Society Magazine. Issue 107. 38-39.

Webley, L. and Adams, S. 2016. Material genealogies: bronze moulds and their castings in Later Bronze Age Britain. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, 82. 323-340

https://finds.org.uk/treasure

Kent Finds, The Newsletter for the PAS and finds in Kent. April-June 2018

Welcome! To Kent Finds, the new newsletter for the PAS and finds in Kent. Every three months we will see where the FLO is going to be around the county, finds highlights and articles about new discoveries and what makes Kent, ‘Kent’ on the PAS database.