Article | The Living People in Charge of Dark Ages

Posted by The National Geographic, written by Andrew Howley on February 4, 2012 The Dark Ages are a little bit brighter now that viewers can see for themselves the largest hoard of Anglo-Saxon treasure ever found. Visitors to the National Geographic Museum in Washington, D.C. have the chance to view pieces from the Staffordshire Hoard for one more month, before the treasure is…

Article | On the trail of historical treasures

Published by Daily News, the Voice of Tehama County since 1985 KANSAS CITY, Mo. (MCT) – They look for places where pioneers heading west climbed from covered wagons to assess a creek crossing. Places where blue coats and gray coats camped and perhaps traded gunfire. Places where families picnicked and played at the water’s edge. And when…

Article | Hunting for relics: Vincennes man uses metal detectors to unearth treasures from Ind. history

Published by Green field Reporter, Jenny Peter,  Vincennes Sun-Commercial, Friday 10th August. VINCENNES, Ind. — To the untrained — or maybe unwilling — eye, Nobert Brown’s extensive collection of glass bottles, coins and beat-up looking toys and jewelry might look like, well, like a pile of junk. But not to him. “It’s the thrill of the hunt…