2017-05-23T08:09:21+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/results286520Fair2012-04-10T14:35:28Z1CircaMD51611Silver2011-12-31T00:00:00Z2011-12-01T00:00:00Z1Civil ParishPAS4BA750C30010F2COIN22PAS4F8445300016E2Circa2011CertainCounty / local importanceSWYOR-4474F1images/acooper/2012-04-10T14:44:00Z A silver Medieval coin; a continental Sterling imitation penny of John the Blind (1310 - 1346), Count of Luxembourg from 1309, King of Bohemia from 1310 and titular King of Poland. The coin is copying an English Edwardian coin. See Meyhew number 267 cited by Withers and Withers (forthcoming). The coin is badly crumpled and one fragment has become detached. 17.93mm diameter. 0.56mm thick. 1.02g. 1http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/Certain4Edwardian imitation: without mint indication (M 257 - 274)21031Amy Downesx14221MDx142211.02Metal detectorStruck or hammered1346PAS4BA750C30010F2516Amy Downes2SE5115SWYORAmy Downes617.9361DistrictCertain1172861-1.230293Generated from computer mapping softwareYorkshire and the HumberLong cross with three pellets in each angle, extra pellet in some angles.23North Yorkshire21055Amy DownesPAS form number 1737VILA [LVC]ENB[V]RGED (IWAN)NES • REX • BSelby11Certain263530481419John the Blind, King of Bohemia and count of Luxembourg100finds-497447UnknownForward facing crowned bustMEDIEVALRegularPennyReturned to finderCounty257629Kirk Smeaton0.56Incomplete5113769642414301MEDIEVAL497447131053.6290541509CertainSWYOR-445303PAS_1737_Eddie.jpg1220282016-10-22T15:12:46.29ZGood2012-04-10T14:34:36ZBlakenhall Charity Rally1CircaMD83811Copper alloy2011-11-27T00:00:00Z1Civil Parish00148E39435012FBSTRAP END7PAS4F8444FC001605Circa2011CertainLVPL-445D24images/voakden/2012-04-20T13:47:00Z Cast copper alloy three composite strap end with forked spacer dating to the Medieval period, c.1150-1450. The object is tongue shaped in plan and rectangular in cross-section. The projecting terminal has broken away. The outer face of the object is decorated with two panels. On each panel the decoration is obscured by iron corrosion from a rivet remaining in situ. The upper panel has two incised lines forming a V shape within which is one of the rivets. On each side of the V is a series of incised lines. Below this the panels are divided by a vertical groove from which projects two curved grooves. Next to the grooves is the second corroded rivet. Either side of the corrosion are irregular grooves. The reverse of the object is undecorated. The open end of the object is broken and one side of the forked spacer is folded forward over the outer face of the object. All of the breaks appear to have occurred in antiquity. The object has a dark green patina. Similar examples can be seen in Egan and Pritchard, (1991), p142. 15.9http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/41Vanessa Oakdenx142214.8Metal detectorCast145000148E39435012FB838Vanessa Oakden2LVPLVanessa Oakden10Unitary AuthorityCertain106272191BlakenhallGenerated from computer mapping softwareNorth WestCheshire East43553Vanessa Oakden26.56Cheshire East11finds-497446Returned to finderUnitary Authority3.42Incomplete3769651414311MEDIEVAL49744611501CertainLVPL-444FC3LVPL-444FC3.jpg2435532016-10-22T15:12:46.289Z2012-04-10T14:31:26Z3CircaME12913Flint31Civil Parish0013FBB8E4401C75BLADE10PAS4F84443D001F4ECircaCertainHESH-445604images/preavill/2012-04-13T13:10:00Z Three small incomplete snapped flint blades or bladlets of later Mesolithic date (6000BC - 3500BC). These are both struck from cores and have the generic crested appearance. All have been snapped and none show signs of retouch on their tips or long edges. The underside of each shows conchoidal rippling. One blade (2) has a complete bulb of percussion and the striking platform is present. The flint is a variety of colours ranges from white grey to brown. All is low grade with significant areas of inclusion; this type of flint is likely to have been procured from glacial and riverine sources. The blades measure: 37.4mm length, 17.5mm width, is 4.2mm thick and weighs 2.52 grams. 12.7mm length, 12.9mm width, is 2.6mm thick and weighs 0.39 grams. 18.4mm length, 8.4mm width, is 3.4mm thick and weighs 0.46 grams Bulk weight 3.37 grams 4Peter Reavillx14235MEx142353.37FieldwalkingKnapped/flaked-35000013FBB8E4401C75129Peter Reavill4HESHPeter Reavill6Unitary AuthorityCertain108371LateClungunfordFrom finderWest MidlandsShropshire43822Peter ReavillShropshire1100finds-497445MESOLITHICReturned to finderUnitary Authority6Complete4414261MESOLITHIC497445-65001CertainHESH-4443D8438222016-10-22T15:12:46.288Z2012-04-10T14:31:02Z1ExactlyRO48711Copper alloy2011-09-06T23:00:00Z4Constantinian_dynasty466Civil Parish00144900DEE01B9CCOIN7PAS4F8444240015FEExactly As this coin has been examined in person by the PAS Finds Adviser no image has been made of it. 2011CertainHAMP-4448D8images/rhenry/2012-04-10T14:35:00Z A very worn copper-alloy 4th-century Roman nummus of the House of Constantine, 'GLORIA EXERCITVS', Two soldiers holding one standard reverse, uncertain mint (335 - 341 AD; Reece Issue Period 17). 171CertainGLORIA EXERCITVS 14.351Certain417792Robert Webleyx41218ROx412181.27Metal detectorStruck or hammered341001421F36B8019CA487Richard Henry4SU4451HAMPRichard Henry661DistrictCertain106271-1.370864Centred on fieldSouth EastTwo soldiers holding one standardHampshire17653Richard HenryE327600144ACDBA6018EBSam MoorheadIllegible [GLORIA EXERCITVS]14.95IllegibleBasingstoke and Deane1CertainIllegible18680House of Constantine100finds-497444Bust facing rightROMANRegularNummus (AE 1 - AE 4)Returned to finderCounty21Whitchurch1.75Complete2012414211ROMAN49744433551.2564734132CertainHAMP-444243177652016-10-22T15:12:46.286ZFair2012-04-10T14:28:05ZBlakenhall Charity Rally1CircaMD83811Copper alloy2011-11-27T00:00:00Z1Civil Parish00148E39435012FBMOUNT7PAS4F84437500191ACirca2011CertainLVPL-444013images/voakden/2012-04-20T13:46:00Z Cast copper alloy mount probably dating from the Medieval period, (1100-1500). The object consists of a quatrefoil design with square corners between each foil and is flat. The outer face of the object is undecorated. The rear of the object has two integral rectangular attachment lugs. The object has a mid green patina. 21.67http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/41Vanessa Oakdenx142214.7Metal detectorCast150000148E39435012FB838Vanessa Oakden2LVPLVanessa Oakden10Unitary AuthorityCertain106272191BlakenhallGenerated from computer mapping softwareNorth WestCheshire East43553Vanessa Oakden22.43Cheshire East11finds-497443Returned to finderUnitary Authority3.48Incomplete3769611414311MEDIEVAL49744311001CertainLVPL-443755LVPL-443755.jpg1435532016-10-22T15:12:46.285ZPoorGlazed2012-04-10T14:27:07Z1CircaMO105512Ceramic2012-01-26T00:00:00Z1Civil Parish0013EE09B65016F1POT5PAS4F84433B00122ECirca2012CertainNLM-4446C5images/mforeman/2012-06-06T13:39:00Z Pottery Base sherd. Dull red hard fabric with thick black glossy glaze inside and out. The glaze is thickest - more than 2mm - inside the vessel. Suggested date: Modern, 1800-1900. This sherd was kindly identified by members of the North Lincolnshire Pottery Research Group. Weight: 32.60gms. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/44045MODERNMartin ForemanMO32.6Chance find during metal detectingWheel made19000013EE09B65016F11055Martin Foreman1NLMMartin ForemanUnitary AuthorityCertain105391Yorkshire and the HumberMODERNNorth Lincolnshire25623Martin ForemanNLM19752North Lincolnshire1finds-497441MODERNReturned to finderUnitary Authority41Kirton in LindseyFragment384163341430141MODERN49744118001CertainNLM-4433B1NLM19752.jpg3256232016-10-22T15:12:46.283ZGood2012-04-10T14:22:19Z2CircaPM105511Ceramic2012-01-04T00:00:00Z1Civil Parish0013EE09B65016F1TOBACCO PIPE5PAS4F844218001E9DCirca2012CertainNLM-442825images/mforeman/2015-10-06T13:42:51Z Pipeclay tobacco Pipe. Two bowl fragments, one with a narrow basal spur below uncertain figurative decoration, and the other with tobacco leaf decoration suggesting an early 19th century date. Suggested date: 1790-1830. Weight: 2.52g. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/44343MODERNMartin Foremanx41047PMx410472.52Metal detector18200013EE09B65016F119Martin Foreman1SE7703NLMHelen Geake6Unitary AuthorityCertain105391-0.840169From finderYorkshire and the HumberMODERNNorth Lincolnshire25623Martin ForemanNLM19751ANorth Lincolnshire126346437100finds-497440POST MEDIEVALReturned to finderUnitary Authority36EpworthFragment38416241430141POST MEDIEVAL497440179053.5180441CertainNLM-442187NLM19751A.jpg2256232016-10-22T15:12:46.282ZGood2012-04-10T14:19:59Z1CircaMD8111Copper alloy2012-01-01T00:00:00Z1Civil Parish0013EE0A07501047MOUNT7PAS4F84418F0010FACirca2012CertainWMID-4425C7images/tbrindle/2013-03-18T17:50:00Z A cast copper-alloy belt mount of medieval date, probably circa AD 14th century. The mount is hemispherical in section and in plan it has a central oval knop and a smaller cub-circular knop at each end. The central knop is decorated with a fine etched cross hatch design. It is slightly dished on the reverse. It was attached to a belt through two separate copper-alloy rivets which remain attached through rivet holes, one in each of the end knops. It measures 17 mm long, 8.2 mm wide, 3.8 mm thick and weighs 1.3 grams. 8.2http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/414796Tom Brindlex14221MDx142211.3Metal detectorCast14000013EE0A075010473300Tom Brindle4SK1107WMIDEloise Markwick20.7710DistrictCertain106271-1.838804From finderWest MidlandsStaffordshire14797Tom Brindle17Lichfield1263531471finds-497439MEDIEVALReturned to finderCounty29Shenstone3.8Complete4202971414261MEDIEVAL497439130052.6606111CertainWMID-4418F0WMID-4418F0.jpg2150522016-10-22T15:12:46.281Z2012-04-10T14:19:55Z1CircaMD359411Copper alloy2012-02-01T00:00:00Z1Civil Parish0014ADF3FA401DC4BUCKLE7PAS4F84418B001B71Circa2012CertainSF-442074images/justineemma/2012-04-10T14:25:00Z A complete copper-alloy buckle of Medieval date. It is an oval frame with an ornate outside edge decorated with three grooves, the middle of which forms a rest for the pin which is present. The bar is offset and narrowed. The pin is seperately cast and is circular in section and narrows towards the end. It is bent around the bar. It measures 17.14mm in length, 15.16 in width, 1.86mm in thickness and weighs 1.77g. It is similar to other examples published from London (Egan and Pritchard, 1991, no 294). 15.164MEDIEVALJustine Biddlex14221MDx142211.77Metal detectorCast13500014ADF3FA401DC43594Justine Biddle4SFJustine Biddle8DistrictProbably106272CovehitheFrom finderEasternMEDIEVALSuffolk15440Justine BiddleFinders ref: CF1 2217.14Waveney110finds-497438MEDIEVALReturned to finderCounty291.86Complete141425229MEDIEVAL49743812501ProbablySF-4418B6x14221159342016-10-22T15:12:46.28ZPoor2012-04-10T14:19:47Z16CircaPM105513Ceramic2012-01-04T00:00:00Z1Civil Parish0013EE09B65016F1TOBACCO PIPE5PAS4F8441830019BDCirca2012CertainNLM-4418E3images/mforeman/2012-06-06T13:35:00Z Pipeclay Tobacco Pipe. Three bowl fragments with basal spurs and a range of thirteen other pipe stem fragments ranging in diameter from 11.2mm to 4.4mm; despite this wide range of forms the wire drawn bores of these pipes are mostly circa 2.7mm. One fragment - the thinnest - bears brown paint and comes from a mouthpiece. Suggested date: Post-Medieval to Modern, 1700-1900. Weight: 42.87gms. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/44343MODERNMartin Foremanx41047PMx4104742.87FieldwalkingCast19000013EE09B65016F11055Martin Foreman1SE7703NLMMartin Foreman6Unitary AuthorityCertain105391-0.840169From finderYorkshire and the HumberMODERNNorth Lincolnshire25623Martin ForemanNLM19751North Lincolnshire126346437100finds-497437POST MEDIEVALReturned to finderUnitary Authority36EpworthFragment384159141430141POST MEDIEVAL497437170053.5180441CertainNLM-441835NLM19751.jpg3256232016-10-22T15:12:46.279Z2012-04-10T14:19:11Z1ExactlyRO48711Copper alloy2011-09-09T23:00:00Z4Constantinian_dynasty466Civil Parish00144900DEE01B9CCOIN7PAS4F844113001345Exactly As this coin has been examined in person by the PAS Finds Adviser no image has been made of it. 2011CertainHAMP-441883images/rhenry/2012-04-10T14:24:00Z A very worn copper-alloy 4th-century Roman nummus of the House of Constantine, 'GLORIA EXERCITVS', Two soldiers holding one standard reverse, uncertain mint (335 - 341 AD; Reece Issue Period 17). 171CertainGLORIA EXERCITVS 13.81Certain417790Robert Webleyx41218ROx412181.08Metal detectorStruck or hammered341001421F36B8019CA487Richard Henry4SU4451HAMPRichard Henry1161DistrictCertain106271-1.370864Centred on fieldSouth EastTwo soldiers holding one standardHampshire17653Richard HenryE327600144ACDBA6018EBSam MoorheadIllegible [GLORIA EXERCITVS]14.05IllegibleBasingstoke and Deane1CertainIllegible35717House of Constantine100finds-497436Bust facing rightROMANRegularNummus (AE 1 - AE 4)Returned to finderCounty21St. Mary Bourne1.55Complete2012414211ROMAN49743633551.2564734132CertainHAMP-441132177652016-10-22T15:12:46.277ZPoor2012-04-10T14:17:22Z11CircaPM105513Ceramic2012-01-04T00:00:00Z1Civil Parish0013EE09B65016F1TOBACCO PIPE5PAS4F8440F1001F78Circa2012CertainNLM-441003images/mforeman/2012-06-06T13:23:00Z Pipeclay Tobacco Pipe. Eleven moulded pipe bowl fragments, seven with an elongated pedestal foot which in two cases is divided by an impressed line, one of these with a rouletting tool. The wire drawn bores range in diameter from 3.5mm to 2.4mm without clear relation between bowl form and bore. There are also four fragments from the rims of pipes. Suggested date: Post-Medieval, 1700-1780. Combined Weight: 29.89gms. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/44343POST MEDIEVALMartin Foremanx41047PMx4104729.89FieldwalkingCast18000013EE09B65016F11055Martin Foreman1SE7703NLMMartin Foreman6Unitary AuthorityCertain105391-0.840169From finderYorkshire and the HumberPOST MEDIEVALNorth Lincolnshire25623Martin ForemanNLM19750North Lincolnshire126346437100finds-497435POST MEDIEVALReturned to finderUnitary Authority36EpworthFragment384147141430136POST MEDIEVAL497435170053.5180441CertainNLM-440F18NLM19750.jpgx410473256232016-10-22T15:12:46.276ZGood2012-04-10T14:15:35Z1CircaMD83811Copper alloy2012-02-01T00:00:00Z1Civil Parish00148E39435012FBMOUNT7PAS4F8440850017C9Circa2012CertainLVPL-442737images/voakden/2012-04-20T13:45:00Z Cast copper alloy bar mount dating to the Medieval period. The object is sub-rectangular in plan and D-shaped in cross-section. At each end of the bar is a small circular perforation for attachment. The bar tapers into a thin rectangular strip which curves backwards and would have formed a hook on which a pendant was probably secured. The object has a dark green patina. A similar example is no.45, p33, Cuddeford, (1994). 4.46http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/4Vanessa Oakdenx142211.3Metal detectorCast150000148E39435012FB838Vanessa Oakden2LVPLVanessa Oakden10Unitary AuthorityCertain106271BlakenhallGenerated from computer mapping softwareNorth WestCheshire East43553Vanessa Oakden23.61Cheshire East11finds-497434Returned to finderUnitary Authority2.64Incomplete3769601414311MEDIEVAL49743411001CertainLVPL-440854LVPL-440854.jpg2435532016-10-22T15:12:46.275Z2012-04-10T14:12:59Z1CircaMD359411Copper alloy2012-02-01T00:00:00Z1Civil Parish0014ADF3FA401DC4BUTTON7PAS4F843FEA001C5ACirca2012CertainSF-4401D1images/justineemma/13.772012-04-10T14:25:00Z A complete copper-alloy button of later Medieval to Post-Medieval date. It is hemispherical in shape, with a flat back from which extends the integral wire loop. The loop is circular in form and section with a circular hole. There is no decoration. It is 11.63mm in diameter, 13.77mm in height and weighs 3.25g. 4POST MEDIEVALJustine Biddlex14221MDx142213.25Metal detectorCast15000014ADF3FA401DC43594Justine Biddle4SFJustine Biddle11.638DistrictProbably106272CovehitheFrom finderEasternPOST MEDIEVALSuffolk15440Justine BiddleFinders ref: CF1 21Waveney110finds-497433MEDIEVALReturned to finderCounty29Complete141425236MEDIEVAL49743312001ProbablySF-43FEA6x41047159342016-10-22T15:12:46.274Z2012-04-10T14:12:42Z1ExactlyRO48711Copper alloy2011-09-04T23:00:00Z4Constantinian_dynasty466Civil Parish00144900DEE01B9CCOIN7PAS4F843FDA0014A3Exactly As this coin has been examined in person by the PAS Finds Adviser no image has been made of it. 2011CertainHAMP-4400E2images/rhenry/2012-04-10T14:40:00Z A very worn copper-alloy 4th-century Roman nummus of the House of Constantine, 'GLORIA EXERCITVS', Two soldiers holding one standard reverse, uncertain mint (335 - 341 AD; Reece Issue Period 17). 171CertainGLORIA EXERCITVS 12.11Certain417790Robert Webleyx41218ROx412180.99Metal detectorStruck or hammered341001421F36B8019CA487Richard Henry4SU4451HAMPRichard Henry61DistrictCertain106271-1.370864Centred on fieldSouth EastTwo soldiers holding one standardHampshire17653Richard HenryE327600144ACDBA6018EBSam MoorheadIllegible [GLORIA EXERCITVS]12.65IllegibleBasingstoke and Deane1CertainIllegible35717House of Constantine100finds-497432BustROMANRegularNummus (AE 1 - AE 4)Returned to finderCounty21St. Mary Bourne1.55Complete2012414211ROMAN49743233551.2564734132CertainHAMP-43FDA2177652016-10-22T15:12:46.274Z2012-04-10T14:11:40Z1CircaME12913Flint31Civil Parish0013FBB8E4401C75CORE10PAS4F843F9C0013D9CircaCertainHESH-441E88images/preavill/2012-04-13T13:10:00Z An irregular fragment of a core dating to the Mesolithic period (6500 - 3500 BC); from the irregular shape and the fact the core has been worked in several directions it is possible that this may be a form of core-rejuvenation flake. The flake is broadly rectangular in plan with a curved profile and irregular rectangular section. Around the edge of the core fragment are areas showing multiple blade removals in at least two different directions. On the ventral face a clear platform of percussion and conchoidal ripples are present. The flint is a dark brown grey colour with few flaws in the matrix; this type of flint is relatively uncommon in assemblages as it is of a better quality - probably not derived locally from riverine sources. The core fragment measures 10.6mm length, 20.1mm width is 10.1mm thick and weighs 3.54 grams. 20.14Peter Reavillx14235MEx142353.54FieldwalkingKnapped/flaked-35000013FBB8E4401C75129Peter Reavill4HESHPeter Reavill6Unitary AuthorityCertain108371LateClungunfordFrom finderWest MidlandsShropshire43822Peter Reavill10.6Shropshire1100finds-497431MESOLITHICReturned to finderUnitary Authority610.1Complete4414261MESOLITHIC497431-65001CertainHESH-43F9C2438222016-10-22T15:12:46.273ZGood2012-04-10T14:10:00Z45CircaPM105513Ceramic2012-01-04T00:00:00Z1Civil Parish0013EE09B65016F1TOBACCO PIPE5PAS4F843F38001B6BCirca2012CertainNLM-43F4E0images/mforeman/2012-06-06T09:00:00Z Pipeclay Tobacco Pipe. Circa forty five pipe stem fragments. These were roughly and arbitrarily sorted, and range in external diameter from circa 10mm to circa 6mm diameter, with wire drawn bores of diameter 3.2mm to 2.2mm. These tend to relate to the external diameter - the thicker pipe having the wider bore - but not exclusively so, showing some stems to have been markedly tapered along their length. The broader stems are the most abraded, which may hint at their being mainly earlier in date. Suggested date: Post-Medieval to Modern, 1700-1900. Weight: 96.40gms. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/44343MODERNMartin Foremanx41047PMx4104796.4FieldwalkingCast19000013EE09B65016F11055Martin Foreman1SE7703NLMMartin Foreman6Unitary AuthorityCertain105391-0.840169From finderYorkshire and the HumberMODERNNorth Lincolnshire25623Martin ForemanNLM19749North Lincolnshire126346437100finds-497430POST MEDIEVALReturned to finderUnitary Authority36EpworthFragment384071141430141POST MEDIEVAL497430170053.5180441CertainNLM-43F386NLM19749.jpg2256232016-10-22T15:12:46.272Z2012-04-10T14:08:20Z1CircaMD359411Copper alloy2012-02-01T00:00:00Z1Civil Parish0014ADF3FA401DC4BUCKLE7PAS4F843ED20013AECirca2012CertainSF-43F5F1images/justineemma/2012-04-10T14:25:00Z A cast copper-alloy buckle plate of Medieval to Post-medieval date. It is folded rectangular plate which is flat in cross section. It is recessed for the buckle frame and has a slot for the pin, both of which are missing. There are holes for two seperate circular rivets, both of which are present. The plate measures 15.03mm in length, 21.33mm in width, 1.35mm in thickness and weighs 3.31g. It is similar to examples published from London (Egan and Pritchard, 1991, no 499). 21.334POST MEDIEVALJustine Biddlex14221MDx142213.31Metal detectorCast15000014ADF3FA401DC43594Justine Biddle2SFJustine Biddle8DistrictProbably106272CovehitheFrom finderEasternPOST MEDIEVALSuffolk15440Justine BiddleFinders ref: CF1 1815.03Waveney110finds-497429MEDIEVALReturned to finderCounty291.35Incomplete141425236MEDIEVAL49742912001ProbablySF-43ED22x41047159342016-10-22T15:12:46.271Z2012-04-10T14:06:53Z1ExactlyRO48711Copper alloy2011-09-04T23:00:00Z4Constantinian_dynasty466Civil Parish00144900DEE01B9CCOIN7PAS4F843E7D00105DExactly As this coin has been examined in person by the PAS Finds Adviser no image has been made of it. 2011CertainHAMP-43E932images/rhenry/2012-04-10T14:08:00Z A very worn copper-alloy 4th-century Roman nummus of the House of Constantine, 'GLORIA EXERCITVS', Two soldiers holding one standard reverse, uncertain mint (335 - 341 AD; Reece Issue Period 17). 171CertainGLORIA EXERCITVS 13.61Certain417790Robert Webleyx41218ROx412180.8Metal detectorStruck or hammered341001421F36B8019CA487Richard Henry4SU4451HAMPRichard Henry61DistrictCertain106271-1.370864Centred on fieldSouth EastTwo soldiers holding one standardHampshire17653Richard HenryE327600144ACDBA6018EBSam MoorheadIllegible [GLORIA EXERCITVS]14.6IllegibleBasingstoke and Deane1CertainIllegible35717House of Constantine100finds-497427BustROMANRegularNummus (AE 1 - AE 4)Returned to finderCounty21St. Mary Bourne1.25Complete2012414211ROMAN49742733551.2564734132CertainHAMP-43E7D0177652016-10-22T15:12:46.27ZPoor2012-04-10T14:06:47Z3CircaPM105513Ceramic2012-01-04T00:00:00Z1Civil Parish0013EE09B65016F1TOBACCO PIPE5PAS4F843E76001F3ACirca2012CertainNLM-43E827images/mforeman/2012-06-06T08:59:00Z Pipeclay Three Tobacco Pipe fragments. Moulded bowl fragments from similar three elongated and forward-angled bowls, each with a small plain oval pedestal foot; for the most complete, with a wire drawn bore of 2.6mm, the finder kindly cites Davey (BAR 63) page 88 fig. 2 IV(4)d. Suggested date: Post-Medieval 1700-1740 Weight: 18.25gms http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/44343POST MEDIEVALMartin Foremanx41047PMx4104718.25FieldwalkingCast17400013EE09B65016F11055Martin Foreman1SE7703NLMMartin Foreman6Unitary AuthorityCertain105391-0.840169From finderYorkshire and the HumberPOST MEDIEVALNorth Lincolnshire25623Martin ForemanNLM19748North Lincolnshire126346437100finds-497426POST MEDIEVALReturned to finderUnitary Authority36EpworthFragment384070141430136POST MEDIEVAL497426170053.5180441CertainNLM-43E768NLM19748.jpgx410473256232016-10-22T15:12:46.269Z