Finds On Your Doorstep – Kirton-in-Lindsey

Here is the next edition of our series of blog posts looking at the archaeology and finds from individual parishes in North Lincolnshire. This time we are looking at the parish of Kirton-in-Lindsey. The earliest evidence for settlement in the area dates to the Bronze Age, around 2350-800 BC. To see all finds recorded from the parish click here.

Roman seal box lid found in Kirton-in-Lindsey. Record ID is SWYOR-822736 (copyright: West Yorkshire archaeology Advisory Service, License: CC-BY).

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Finds On Your Doorstep – Barrow-upon-Humber

Here is the next edition of our series of blog posts looking at the archaeology and finds from individual parishes in North Lincolnshire. This time we are looking at the parish of Barrow-upon-Humber. The earliest evidence for settlement in the area dates to the Neolithic, around 4000 BC. To see all finds recorded from the parish click here.

Medieval silver brooch found in Barrow-upon-Humber. Record ID is YORYM-C37CB2 (copyright: Portable Antiquities Scheme, Licence: CC-BY).

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Finds on Your Doorstep – Winteringham

Here is the next edition of our series of blog posts looking at the archaeology and finds from individual parishes in North Lincolnshire. This time we are looking at the parish of Winteringham. The earliest evidence for settlement in the area dates to the Neolithic, around 4000 BC. To see all finds recorded from the parish click here.

A Roman pin head found in Winteringham. Record ID is NLM-017F71 (copyright: North Lincolnshire Museum, License: CC-BY).

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Finds On Your Doorstep – Burton-upon-Stather

Here is the next edition of our series of blog posts looking at the archaeology and finds from individual parishes in North Lincolnshire. This time we are looking at the parish of Burton-upon-Stather. The earliest evidence for settlement in the area dates to the Mesolithic, around 6500-4000 BC. To see all finds recorded from the parish click here.

Roman mount in the shape of a duck, found in Burton-on-Stather. Record ID is SWYOR-329326 (copyright: West Yorkshire archaeology Advisory Service, License: CC-BY).

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Finds On Your Doorstep – Holme

Here is the next edition of our series of blog posts looking at the archaeology and finds from individual parishes in North Lincolnshire. This time we are looking at the parish of Holme. The earliest evidence for settlement in the area dates to the Neolithic, around 4000 BC. To see all finds recorded from the parish click here.

Two military cap badges found in Holme. Record ID is NLM-EB59B7 (Copyright: North Lincolnshire Museum, Licence: CC-BY).

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Finds On Your Doorstep – Broughton

Here is the next edition of our series of blog posts looking at the archaeology and finds from individual parishes in North Lincolnshire. This time we are looking at the parish of Broughton. The earliest evidence for settlement in the area dates to the Mesolithic, around 6500-4000 BC. To see all finds recorded from the parish click here.

Mesolithic flint core from which flakes were struck, found in Broughton. Record ID is FAKL-EDFFF2 (copyright: Portable Antiquities Scheme, Licence: CC-BY).

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Finds On Your Doorstep – Epworth

Here is the next edition of our series of blog posts looking at the archaeology and finds from individual parishes in North Lincolnshire. This time we are looking at the parish of Epworth. The earliest evidence for settlement in the area dates to the Mesolithic, around 6500-4000 BC. To see all finds recorded from the parish click here.

Post-medieval cloth seal with the Commonwealth coat of arms AD 1660, found in Epworth. Record ID is SWYOR-1CBDE6 (Copyright: West Yorkshire Archaeology Advisory Service, Licence: CC-BY).

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Finds On Your Doorstep – Amcotts

Here is the next edition of our series of blog posts looking at the archaeology and finds from individual parishes in North Lincolnshire. This time we are looking at the parish of Amcotts. The earliest evidence for settlement in the area dates to the Roman period, around AD 43-410. To see all finds recorded from the parish click here.

A Roman finger ring found in Amcotts. Record ID is SWYOR-446FA2 (copyright: West Yorkshire Archaeology Advisory Service, Licence: CC-BY).

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Finds On Your Doorstep – Wrawby

Here is the next edition of our series of blog posts looking at the archaeology and finds from individual parishes in North Lincolnshire. This time we are looking at the parish of Wrawby. The earliest evidence for settlement in the area dates to the Bronze Age, around 1800 to 800 BC. To see all finds recorded from the parish click here.

A Bronze Age socketed axehead found in Wrawby. Record ID is NLM-7CDDD3 (copyright: North Lincolnshire Museum, Licence: CC-BY).

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Finds On Your Doorstep – West Halton

Here is the tenth edition of our series of blog posts looking at the archaeology and finds from individual parishes in North Lincolnshire. This time we are looking at the parish of West Halton. The earliest evidence for settlement in the area dates to the Iron Age, around 800 BC to AD 42. To see all finds recorded from the parish click here.

Early medieval stirrup strap mount, found in West Halton. Record ID is NLM-D54D37 (Copyright: North Lincolnshire Museum, Licence: CC-BY).

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