Welcome to the Lincolnshire County Page!
Here you can find out about the latest finds and news from the county. Check out the links on the left to find out more.
Lincolnshire is a diverse county. Its landscape ranges from Chalk Wold to Limestone plateau, to Fen and Coastal Marsh. The archaeology contained within it is equally dramatic, with thousands of years of history still visible across the countryside. Artefacts are an important part of this resource, though many of them now lie within the ploughsoil. Since 2003, over 75,000 discoveries from Lincolnshire have been reported to the Portable Antiquities Scheme.
The Finds Liaison Officer for Lincolnshire is Adam Daubney, and that for North Lincolnshire is Martin Foreman. Adam and Martin are supported by a range of volunteers and self-recorders.
More information on the archaeology of Lincolnshire can be found here: