Finds On Your Doorstep – Elsham

Here is our second edition of a 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 Elsham. The earliest evidence for settlement in the area dates to the Late Iron Age, around 100 BC. 

An Iron Age Nauheim-derivative brooch found in Elsham. Record ID is NLM-22C877 (copyright: North Lincolnshire Museum, license: CC-BY)

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Finds On Your Doorstep – Barnetby le Wold

Here is our second edition of a 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 Barnetby le Wold. The earliest evidence for settlement in the area dates to the Mesolithic period, around 10,000-4000 BC. To see all finds recorded from the parish click here.

Mesolithic borer found in Barnetby le Wold. Record ID is NLM-A26437 (copyright: North Lincolnshire Museum, license: CC-BY).

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Finds On Your Doorstep – Flixborough

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 Flixborough. 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 Neolithic flint core found in Flixborough. Record ID is NLM-049D24 (Copyright: North Lincolnshire Museum, License: CC-BY).

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Finds On Your Doorstep – Luddington and Haldenby

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 Luddington and Haldenby. The earliest evidence for settlement in the area dates to the Roman period AD 43-410. 

A medieval silver penny found near Luddington. Record ID is NLM-563A37 (copyright: North Lincolnshire Museum, License: CC-BY).

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Finds On Your Doorstep – Manton

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 Manton. 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.

A rather worn Medieval seal matrix found in Manton. Record ID is SWYOR-3A9A82 (copyright: West Yorkshire Archaeology Advisory Service, License: CC-BY).

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Finds On Your Doorstep – Melton Ross

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 Melton Ross. 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.

The foot of an Early medieval crucifom brooch, found in Melton Ross. Record ID is PUBLIC-E4577A (copyright: Lincolnshire County Council, License: CC-BY).

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Finds On Your Doorstep – Thornton Curtis

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 Thornton Curtis. 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.

Neolithic leaf arrowhead found in Thornton Curtis. Record ID is NLM-9F3FF1 (copyright: North Lincolnshire Museum, License: CC-BY).

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Finds On Your Doorstep – Whitton

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 Whitton. 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 purse bar found in Whitton. Record ID is FAKL-5A0000 (copyright: Portable Antiquities Scheme, License: CC-BY).

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Finds On Your Doorstep – Winterton

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 Winterton. 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.

Roman Colchester derivative brooch found in Winterton. Record ID is NLM-DC4877 (copyright: North Lincolnshire Museum, License: CC-BY).

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Finds On Your Doorstep – Scawby

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 Scawby. 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.

Early medieval gold sceat. Record ID is NLM-B66184 (copyright: North Lincolnshire Museum, License: CC-BY).

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