The Bredon Hill Hoard: The process from discovery to present…

Published on the P.A.S. Blog, written by Richard Henry, Friday October 21st 2011.

“The hoard was reported to the Portable Antiquities Scheme on the 20th June. Within the hour the Finds Liaison Officer was with the finders and the landowner looking at the find spot, having a preliminary look at the coins and the vessel as well as discussing the possibility of an excavation with the landowner. First impressions of the hoard were that it in all likelihood numbered 5,000 – 10,000 coins and dated to the 3rd century.” – Taken from blog article

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