2017-05-24T05:15:33+01:00https://finds.org.uk/database/search/results/format/jsonhttps://finds.org.uk/database/search/results/format/xmlhttps://finds.org.uk/database/search/results/format/rsshttps://finds.org.uk/database/search/results/format/atomhttps://finds.org.uk/database/search/results/format/kmlhttps://finds.org.uk/database/search/results/format/geojsonhttps://finds.org.uk/database/search/results/format/qrcodehttps://finds.org.uk/database/search/results2738202012-02-10T14:47:55Z1CircaMD26352940120111x17731Silver1Henry_III_of_EnglandCivil Parish0014912D58801B36COIN22PAS4F352E1A001F05CircaCertain2643743YORYM-52EC92images/bmorris/2012-02-22T09:37:00Z A silver penny of Henry III, voided long cross reverse, London mint, moneyer Henri, Class 3c, circa 1248 - 1250. North Vol 1, p.226, no.988. 1http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/Certain4Long cross class 3c (N 988)Rebecca Griffithsx14221MDx142211.4Metal detectorStruck or hammered12500014912D58801B361201Rebecca Griffiths4English coin short and long cross period 1180 - 1278YORYMRebecca Griffiths1217.861Unitary AuthorityCertain117281CarnabyFrom finderYorkshire and the HumberVoided long cross14East Riding of Yorkshire25635Rebecca GriffithsHEN/RIO/NLV/NDE[HENR]ICVS REX IIIEast Riding of Yorkshire1Certain132Henry III of England100finds-488001LondonCrowned bust facingMEDIEVALRegularPennyReturned to finderUnitary Authority170829Complete5113711142414301MEDIEVAL48800112481204CertainYORYM-52E1A8RJ0020.jpg256352016-10-22T15:12:37.709Z2012-02-10T14:46:35Z1CircaRO179014Copper alloy1Constantinian_dynasty488Civil ParishPAS4C596B6700178ACOIN7PAS4F352DCA001CEECirca SF 1519 CertainBM-52E6E5images/jasonlundock/2013-08-09T12:00:05Z A copper-alloy nummus of the House of Constantine dating to the period AD 347 to 348 (Reece period 17). VICTORIAE DD AVGG Q NN reverse type depicting two Victories with wreaths. Mint unclear. 171VICTORIAE DD AVGGQ NNhttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/Certain3ROMANPhilippa Waltonx41218ROx412181.3Other chance findStruck or hammered3480013F2A2C7D01BB580Jason Lundock4BMPhilippa Walton61481Unitary AuthorityCertain106271PiercebridgeNorth EastROMANVictories with wreathsDarlington38404Jason Lundock[...]AVGG Q[...][...]Darlington1CertainHouse of Constantine10finds-488000Bust rightROMANRegularNummus (AE 1 - AE 4)Returned to finderUnitary Authority21Complete201402271241422121ROMAN4880003471132CertainBM-52DCA61519.jpgx41218384042016-10-22T15:12:37.708ZGood2012-02-10T14:45:31Z1CircaRO51611Copper alloy2011-11-14T00:00:00Z1Civil ParishPAS4BA750C30010F2BROOCH7PAS4F352D8A001B04CircaCertainSWYOR-52E092images/acooper/2012-02-10T14:48:00Z A fragment of a copper alloy Roman brooch, a Headstud variant - Thealby type dating from 100 - 200 AD. The fragment consists of the head, the wings, and the tubular hinge mechanism. The upper bow has a concave surface with raised edges which continue to the top of the brooch. The wings have four vertical ridges on either side. On the reverse of the wings, the tubular hinge mechanism survives, but the axis bar and pin are missing. The reverse of the upper bow is concave at the very top and flattens out rather quickly. The surface is mid greyish-green. This brooch dates to the 2nd Century AD. See: Hattatt, p333 and compare YORYM-5FD193. NLM-D54953 is another example and the record cites the fact that "Over 80% of Thealby brooches known to Hattatt (1987, page 122, fig. 41 no. 945) are from north of the Humber, with the greatest concentration in Yorkshire and Humberside." This type of brooch is named for the 'type site' of Thealby Mine, (now) in North Lincolnshire. 22.66http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/421522Amy Downesx41218ROx412184.75Metal detectorCast200PAS4BA750C30010F2516Amy Downes2SE3654SWYORAmy Downes8DistrictCertain106271-1.452552From finderYorkshire and the HumberNorth Yorkshire21490Amy DownesPAS form number 168314.25Harrogate126347546Thealby10finds-487999ROMANReturned to finderCounty21Plompton13.37Incomplete3696631414301ROMAN48799910053.980811CertainSWYOR-52D8A6PAS_1683_Roman_brooch.jpg2220282016-10-22T15:12:37.706ZGood2012-02-10T14:45:04Z2CircaNE196311Flint32012-01-12T00:00:00Z2011-06-30T23:00:00Z1Civil Parish0014B13D16F0102FSCRAPER (TOOL)10PAS4F352D7000191FCirca The blades were found in the same area as other lithic implements, record numbers: DUR-524326, DUR-529581, DUR-52BAF7, DUR-51F8B5 and DUR-52EDB3 2011CertainDUR-52D841images/emorris/2012-02-13T14:28:00Z Two flint scrapers of Late Neolithic/Early Bronze Age date. One is grey in colour and the other is brown with some of the cortex remaining. The grey flint is roughly square in shape, whilst the brown flint is circular. There is also some evidence of retouching around the perimeter of the brown flint. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/42206BRONZE AGERob Youngx14337NEx143375.8Metal detectorKnapped/flaked-1500PAS4C8F4668001BE91963Emma Morris4NZ3611DUREmma Morris6Unitary AuthorityCertain108371Late-1.44573Centred on parishNorth EastBRONZE AGEDarlington38404Emma Morris1Darlington128902Early100finds-487998NEOLITHICReturned to finderUnitary Authority9Middleton St. GeorgeComplete369661441422113NEOLITHIC487998-320054.493061CertainDUR-52D705Low Middleton - scrapers.jpgx137122384042016-10-22T15:12:37.705Z2012-02-10T14:42:01Z1CircaRO4611Copper alloy2011-12-31T00:00:00Z2011-01-01T00:00:00Z1Valentinian_dynasty553Civil Parish0013EBA352A017D7COIN7PAS4F352CB9001106Circa2011CertainGLO-52D2F2images/kadams/2012-02-10T14:44:00Z House of Valentinian cu alloy nummus 364-375 Obverse: Pearl-diademed bust facing right Obverse inscription: [...] Reverse: emperor right holding standard dragging captive Reverse inscription: [GLORIA ROMANORVM] diameter 18mm weight 1.48g 191GLORIA ROMANORVMCertain420507Kurt Adamsx41218ROx412181.48Metal detectorStruck or hammered3750013EBA352A017D746Kurt Adams4SO8019GLOKurt Adams1861DistrictCertain106271-2.291882From finderSouth Westemperor right holding standard dragging captiveGloucestershire20380Kurt Adams5025[GLORIA ROMANORVM][...]Tewkesbury1Certain26347272House of Valentinian100finds-487997Pearl-diademed bust facing rightROMANRegularNummus (AE 1 - AE 4)Returned to finderCounty21HighnamComplete2012414271ROMAN48799736451.8692131133CertainGLO-52CB91206162016-10-22T15:12:37.704ZFair2012-02-10T14:41:53Z1CircaBA326111Copper alloy22011-11-14T00:00:00Z1Civil ParishPAS4DFF490D001600SPEAR7PAS4F352CB0001F3DCircaCertainSWYOR-52D443images/mblevins/2012-02-13T11:20:00Z An incomplete cast copper alloy socketed spearhead fragment probably dating from the middle Bronze Age (about 1500 BC-1150 BC). The spearhead has a prominent central midrib which is lozenge shaped in section with a sub circular opening. Both ends of the spear head are missing; the cutting edges and parts of the blade wings are worn and damaged; some of the material has been cracked/split and bent backwards. The spearhead has a dark orange brown patina with flecks of green throughout, shading to green and dark brown at the edges; where the tip has broken off, the material is corroded and is covered with an orange patina. It is probably either a kite-shaped or leaf-shaped spear. Please see Adkins and Adkins' (1982) A Thesaurus of British Archaeology; also Nicholson's (1980) Catalogue of the Prehistoric Metalwork, page 99. Length: 81.6mm; Width: 50.6mm; Thickness: 16.8mm; Weight: 61.47g 50.6http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/420957Mary Blevinsx13712BAx1371261.47Metal detectorCast-1150PAS4DFF490D001600516Mary Blevins2SE5221SWYORAmy Downes6DistrictCertain106271Middle-1.214171GPS (from the finder)Yorkshire and the HumberNorth Yorkshire21055Mary BlevinsPAS form number 1685PAS4BA750C30010F2Amy Downes81.6Selby126353000Socketed Spearhead100finds-487996BRONZE AGEReturned to finderCounty13Womersley16.8Incomplete3696691414301BRONZE AGE487996-150053.6828791CertainSWYOR-52CB08PAS_1685_BA.jpg1220282016-10-22T15:12:37.703Z2012-02-10T14:39:42Z1CircaMD12911Copper alloy1Civil Parish0013FBB8E4401C75MOUNT7PAS4F352C2E001429CircaCertainHESH-52C377images/preavill/2012-05-02T12:03:00Z Cast copper alloy zoomorphic or possible anthropomorphic mount or stud of medieval date (1200 - 1450 AD). The stud is irregular in plan being broadly rectangular in shape with a small triangular projection from the lower edge. In profile the stud is D shaped and in cross section it is broadly convex. The front face of the mount is domed whilst the rear is concave. From the centre of the rear face a small oval cross sectioned stud extends. This is broken and distorted / bent as a result of movement in the ploughsoil. The front face of the mount is decorated with cast and incised decoration. The overall design is unclear it most resembles that of a bear which is realised in three dimensions. The ears formed of raised cast lugs positioned at either edge of the mount. The eyes are cast irregular ovals in shape. The nose, snout and mouth are cast and detailed with further incised / chip carved decoration. Above the eyes and between the ears is a broad cap which is decorated with incised lozenges. This may represent a cap or possibly hair, although if this were the case it is poorly achieved. Another potential identification could be that it represents a crowned head although the detailing does not seem to support this. The mount is a mid green colour with an abraded patina. Small areas of light green active corrosion are present. These are more extensive on the reverse face, although some detail on the front face has been obscured. There is no evidence of a gilt or applied surface. A direct parallel has not been found, although the broad style would indicate a date of later medieval 13th - early 15th centuries. The style of the bear would suggest that it is from either a piece of harness decoration or more likely be from a personal item, such as a stud from a leather belt. The mount measures 13.3mm length, 10.2mm width, is 4.1mm thick and weighs 0.98 grams 10.2http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/4Peter Reavillx142210.98Metal detectorCast14500013FBB8E4401C75129Peter Reavill4HESHPeter Reavill8Unitary AuthorityCertain106271Much MarcleCentred on fieldWest MidlandsCounty of Herefordshire38904Peter Reavill13.3County of Herefordshire1Belt Mount10finds-487995Returned to finderUnitary Authority4.1Complete3718471414261MEDIEVAL48799512001CertainHESH-52C2E2HESH-52C2E2.jpg389042016-10-22T15:12:37.701Z2012-02-10T14:38:35Z1CircaRO4611Copper alloy2011-12-31T00:00:00Z2011-01-01T00:00:00Z1Valentinian_I553Civil Parish0013EBA352A017D7COIN7PAS4F352BE8001D03Circa2011CertainGLO-52C412images/kadams/2012-02-10T14:40:00Z Valentinian I cu alloy nummus 364-375 Obverse: Pearl-diademed bust facing right Obverse inscription: D N VALENTINI[ANVS P F AVG] Reverse: emperor right holding standard dragging captive Reverse inscription: [GLORIA ROMANORVM] diameter 19mm weight 1.99g 191GLORIA ROMANORVMCertain420507Kurt Adamsx41218ROx412181.99Metal detectorStruck or hammered3750013EBA352A017D746Kurt Adams4SO8019GLOKurt Adams1961DistrictCertain106271-2.291882From finderSouth West76544789emperor right holding standard dragging captiveGloucestershire20380Kurt Adams5024[GLORIA ROMANORVM]D N VALENTINI[ANVS P F AVG]Tewkesbury1Certain26347272Valentinian I100finds-487994Pearl-diademed bust facing rightROMANRegularNummus (AE 1 - AE 4)Returned to finderCounty21HighnamComplete2012414271ROMAN48799436451.8692131116CertainGLO-52BE87206162016-10-22T15:12:37.701ZGood2012-02-10T14:37:36Z1CircaNE196321Flint12012-01-12T00:00:00Z2011-06-30T23:00:00Z1Civil Parish0014B13D16F0102FAXE10PAS4F352BAF001EC2Circa The blades were found in the same area as other lithic implements, record numbers: DUR-524326, DUR-529581, DUR-51F8B5, DUR-52D705 and DUR-52EDB3 2011ProbablyDUR-52BC87images/emorris/2013-03-20T11:46:53Z A possible fragment of a Neolithic polished flint axe. One side of the axe is raised and polished, whilst the other side is flat with concoidal lines, which is the indication that it is part of an axe. The object is sub rectangular and the edges are rough and irregular. The flint is grey in colour with some brown areas around the perimeter. It weighs 4.6g and measures 36.30mm in length, 19.94mm in with and 5.31mm in thickness. 19.94http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/32206NEOLITHICRob Youngx14337NEx143374.6Metal detectorKnapped/flaked-2100PAS4C8F4668001BE944Emma Morris2NZ3611DURKevin Leahy6Unitary AuthorityCertain108371Early-1.44573Centred on parishNorth EastNEOLITHICDarlington38404Emma Morris336.3Darlington128902Late100finds-487993NEOLITHICReturned to finderUnitary Authority9Middleton St. George5.31Incomplete36965844142219NEOLITHIC487993-350054.493061CertainDUR-52BAF7Low Middleton - Polished axe.jpgx143372384042016-10-22T15:12:37.7Z2012-02-10T14:37:20Z1CircaRO12843585179014x25706Silver1Faustina_the_YoungerCivil ParishPAS4C596B6700178ACOIN22PAS4F352BA0001B1CCirca SF 1517 Certain3169070BM-52C3C8images/jasonlundock/2013-08-09T11:49:02Z A silver denarius of Faustina II dating to the period AD 161 to 180 (Reece period 8). Reverse type is obscured by corrosion but may represent Juno seated left. Mint of Rome. The coin is bent and damaged, possibly deliberately. 81http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/Certain3ROMAN423025Philippa Waltonx41218ROx412181.94Other chance findStruck or hammered1800013F2A2C7D01BB580Jason Lundock4BMPhilippa Walton1781Unitary AuthorityCertain117281PiercebridgeNorth EastROMAN96312073?Juno seated left holding pateraDarlington38404Jason Lundock[...][...]Darlington1Certain180Faustina II10finds-487992RomeHead rightROMANRegularDenarius (Empire)Returned to finderUnitary Authority21Complete251402275241422121ROMAN4879921611266CertainBM-52BA061517.jpgx41218rome384042016-10-22T15:12:37.699Z2012-02-10T14:33:52Z1CircaRO4511Copper alloy2012-01-16T00:00:00Z2011-12-19T00:00:00Z1Civil Parish0013EB7C1E6011ACCOIN7PAS4F352AD0001822Circa2011CertainNMS-52B690images/amarsden/2012-11-19T10:59:39Z Copper alloy as or dupondius, perhaps of Domitian, further details illegible, 1st or 2nd century 36690ROMANAdrian Marsdenx41218ROx41218Metal detectorStruck or hammered960013EB7C1E6011AC123Adrian Marsden4TG2601NMSErica Darch81DistrictCertain106275626111.332744From a paper mapEasternROMANIllegibleNorfolk6724Adrian MarsdenNMD012012South Norfolk1Certain2634992910finds-487990Laureate head rightROMANRegularDupondius or asReturned to finderCounty21PoringlandComplete1671241425121ROMAN4879908152.5598711CertainNMS-52AD04x4121872382016-10-22T15:12:37.698Z2012-02-10T14:27:52Z1CircaRO4611Copper alloy2011-12-31T00:00:00Z2011-01-01T00:00:00Z1Valentinian_dynasty557Civil Parish0013EBA352A017D7COIN7PAS4F3529680014D3Circa2011CertainGLO-5299A0images/kadams/2012-02-10T14:28:00Z House of Valentinian cu alloy nummus 364-378 Obverse: Pearl-diademed bust facing right Obverse inscription: [...] Reverse: victory advancing left Reverse inscription: [SECVRITAS-REIPVBLICAE] diameter 17mm weight 1.94g 191SECVRITAS REI PVBLICAECertain420507Kurt Adamsx41218ROx412181.94Metal detectorStruck or hammered3780013EBA352A017D746Kurt Adams4SO8019GLOKurt Adams1761DistrictCertain106271-2.291882From finderSouth Westvictory advancing leftGloucestershire20380Kurt Adams5023[SECVRITAS-REIPVBLICAE][…]Tewkesbury1Certain26347272House of Valentinian100finds-487989Pearl-diademed bust facing rightROMANRegularNummus (AE 1 - AE 4)Returned to finderCounty21HighnamComplete2012414271ROMAN48798936451.8692131133CertainGLO-529682206162016-10-22T15:12:37.697ZFair2012-02-10T14:27:41Z1CircaUN196311Flint2012-01-12T00:00:00Z2011-06-30T23:00:00Z1Civil Parish0014B13D16F0102FLITHIC IMPLEMENT10PAS4F3529580011B0Circa The chunk was found in the same area as other lithic implements, record numbers: DUR-524326, DUR-51F8B5, DUR-52BAF7, DUR-52D705 and DUR-52EDB2 2011CertainDUR-529742images/emorris/2012-02-13T14:28:00Z A flint 'chunk' that is Prehistoric in date. The object is roughly triangular in shape and still has some of the cortex remaining. It is probably part of a core that could not be used to form a tool. It is brown in colour with an orange stripe. It weighs 11.9g and measures 37.68mm in length, 29.34mm in width and 10.60mm in thickness. 29.34http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/42206Rob Young11.9Metal detectorKnapped/flakedPAS4C8F4668001BE91963Emma Morris2NZ3611DUREmma Morris6Unitary AuthorityCertain108371-1.44573Centred on parishNorth EastDarlington38404Emma Morris37.68Darlington128902100finds-487988Returned to finderUnitary AuthorityMiddleton St. George10.6Incomplete3696554414221UNKNOWN48798854.493061CertainDUR-529581Low Middleton - Chunk.jpg1384042016-10-22T15:12:37.696ZGood2012-02-10T14:24:08Z1CircaRO51611Copper alloy2011-11-14T00:00:00Z1Civil ParishPAS4BA750C30010F2BROOCH7PAS4F3528850015FECircaCertainSWYOR-529731images/acooper/2012-02-10T14:28:00Z A cast copper alloy Roman knee brooch dating from 150 - 250 AD. The brooch has a convex bow, wide at the top and tapering to the foot which is a half round disc which juts forwards. Part of the catchplate survives behind. The head is tubular wings holding a copper alloy axis bar and with a slot for the missing pin. Above is an integral head loop. The reverse of the bow is hollow. Compare 1242 and 478 on page 335 of Hattatt. 24http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/421522Amy Downesx41218ROx4121823.2Metal detectorCast250PAS4BA750C30010F2516Amy Downes2SE3654SWYORAmy Downes8DistrictCertain106271-1.452552From finderYorkshire and the HumberNorth Yorkshire21490Amy DownesPAS form number 168351.26Harrogate126347546knee10finds-487987ROMANReturned to finderCounty21Plompton22.8Incomplete3696541414301ROMAN48798715053.980811CertainSWYOR-528853PAS_1683_knee.jpg2220282016-10-22T15:12:37.696Z2012-02-10T14:22:12Z1CircaMD263478344511x26802Silver2012-01-16T00:00:00Z2011-12-19T00:00:00Z1Edward_II_of_EnglandCivil Parish0013EB7C1E6011ACCOIN22PAS4F352813001F64Circa2011Certain7297327NMS-529821images/amarsden/2012-02-10T14:28:00Z Silver penny of Edward I or II, probably class 10cf3b-11a, Bury, North 1042/2ff, somewhat clipped, 1307-14 36709Adrian Marsdenx14221Metal detectorStruck or hammered13140013EB7C1E6011AC45Adrian Marsden4English coin Edwardian type 1279 - 1377TG2907NMSAdrian Marsden48DistrictCertain117283040111.381065From a paper mapEastern15Norfolk6553Adrian MarsdenNMD012012VILLSCIEDMVNDIE[...]hyBBroadland12634992637Edward II of England10finds-487986Bury St. EdmundsRegularPennyReturned to finderCountyPostwick with WittonComplete5112414251MEDIEVAL487986130752.6124631206CertainNMS-52813872382016-10-22T15:12:37.695Z2012-02-10T14:19:25Z1CircaRO120111Copper alloy1Valentinian_dynastyCivil Parish0014912D58801B36COIN7PAS4F35276D0016CECircaCertainYORYM-52B3D7images/bmorris/2012-02-22T09:36:00Z A copper alloy nummus probably of the House of Valentinian, [VOT//XV//MVLT/XX], uncertain mint, AD 378 - 387. 191http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/Certain4Rebecca Griffithsx41218ROx412181Metal detectorStruck or hammered3870014912D58801B361201Rebecca Griffiths4YORYMRebecca Griffiths613.161Unitary AuthorityCertain106271GrindaleFrom finderYorkshire and the HumberWreath inscribed VOT//XV/MVLT//XXEast Riding of Yorkshire25635Rebecca GriffithsNoneIllegibleEast Riding of Yorkshire1CertainHouse of Valentinian100finds-487985Bust/head rightROMANRegularNummus (AE 1 - AE 4)Returned to finderUnitary Authority21Complete2013711132414301ROMAN4879853781133CertainYORYM-5276D3RJ0019.jpg256352016-10-22T15:12:37.694Z2012-02-10T14:18:26Z1CircaRO4611Copper alloy2011-12-31T00:00:00Z2011-01-01T00:00:00Z1Valentinian_dynasty557Civil Parish0013EBA352A017D7COIN7PAS4F3527320019D0Circa2011CertainGLO-527C93images/kadams/2012-02-10T14:22:00Z House of Valentinian cu alloy nummus 364-378 Obverse: Pearl-diademed bust facing right Obverse inscription: [...] Reverse: victory advancing left Reverse inscription: [SECVRITAS-REIPVBLICAE] diameter 17mm weight 1.88g 191SECVRITAS REI PVBLICAECertain420507Kurt Adamsx41218ROx412181.88Metal detectorStruck or hammered3780013EBA352A017D746Kurt Adams4SO8019GLOKurt Adams1761DistrictCertain106271-2.291882From finderSouth Westvictory advancing leftGloucestershire20380Kurt Adams5022[SECVRITAS-REIPVBLICAE][…]Tewkesbury1Certain26347272House of Valentinian100finds-487983Pearl-diademed bust facing rightROMANRegularNummus (AE 1 - AE 4)Returned to finderCounty21HighnamComplete2012414271ROMAN48798336451.8692131133CertainGLO-527325206162016-10-22T15:12:37.693Z2012-02-10T14:07:03Z1CircaUN75011Copper alloy1Civil Parish0014818522101B6EUNIDENTIFIED OBJECT7PAS4F35248700104BCircaCertainKENT-5277F4images/jjackson/2012-02-10T17:02:00Z A copper alloy object of uncertain date. The object has a spherical body 22.0mm in diameter. There is a circular drilled suspension loop on the top surface. There are five pointed protrusions(11.5mm long) emerging from the body, four round the circumference and one from below. The suspension loop suggests that the object could be some form of weight. The object weighs 52.7 grams. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/4Jennifer Jackson52.7Metal detector0014818522101B6E750Jen Jackson4KENTJen Jackson226Unitary AuthorityCertain106271CliffeGenerated from computer mapping softwareSouth EastMedway38908Jennifer JacksonMedway1100finds-487981Returned to finderUnitary AuthorityComplete369648414211UNKNOWN4879811CertainKENT-524870KENT-524870.jpg389082016-10-22T15:12:37.691ZFair2012-02-10T14:05:39Z4CircaNE196311Flint12012-01-12T00:00:00Z2011-06-30T23:00:00Z1Civil Parish0014B13D16F0102FLITHIC IMPLEMENT10PAS4F352432001CD6Circa The flakes were found in the same area as other lithic implements, record numbers: DUR-51F8B5, DUR-529581, DUR-52BAF7, DUR-52D705 and DUR-52EDB2 2011CertainDUR-526644images/emorris/2012-02-13T14:27:00Z A collection of four lithic implements that are all probably Neolithic/ Bronze Age in date. The flakes are all secondary and two still have parts of the cortex remaining. Two of the flakes are grey in colour, the other two are brown in colour. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/42206BRONZE AGERob Youngx14337NEx1433721.3Metal detectorKnapped/flaked-701PAS4C8F4668001BE91963Emma Morris4NZ3611DUREmma Morris6Unitary AuthorityCertain108371Early-1.44573Centred on parishNorth EastBRONZE AGEDarlington38404Emma Morris3Darlington128902Late100finds-487980NEOLITHICReturned to finderUnitary Authority9Middleton St. GeorgeComplete369646441422113NEOLITHIC487980-350054.493061CertainDUR-524326Low Middleton - Secondary Flakes.jpgx137121384042016-10-22T15:12:37.69Z2012-02-10T14:05:17Z1CircaMD120111Copper alloy1Civil Parish0014912D58801B36THIMBLE7PAS4F35241D0013FBCircaCertainYORYM-524717images/bmorris/19.22012-02-22T09:32:00Z An incomplete cast copper alloy thimble of medieval date. The thimble has a worn circular base from which the sides taper and curve inwards towards the top. The crown of the thimble has been lost to old breaks and there is a crack extending the full length of the object. A second crack is also present, adjacent to the first, covering roughly half the length. Drilled pits of slightly different sizes decorate the thimble in an irregular pattern across its surface. The inside of the thimble is undecorated. The metal is a light brownish-green colour and is worn. The thimble is 19.2mm in height, 22.2mm in diameter, 1mm thick and weighs 5.5g. A similar example can be seen in Egan, p.267, no.824. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/4Rebecca Griffithsx14221MDx142215.5Metal detectorCast14000014912D58801B361201Rebecca Griffiths2YORYMRebecca Griffiths22.26Unitary AuthorityCertain106271CarnabyFrom finderYorkshire and the HumberEast Riding of Yorkshire25635Rebecca GriffithsEast Riding of Yorkshire1100finds-487979MEDIEVALReturned to finderUnitary Authority291Incomplete3711121414301MEDIEVAL48797912001CertainYORYM-5241D2MEB0001.jpg256352016-10-22T15:12:37.69Z