Website links to info about the Staffordshire Hoard

 

The Official Staffordshire Hoard Website

An excellent place for you to find out up and coming events, the latest discoveries, pictures, interviews and more.

Facebook Page

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The official Facebook page for the Staffordshire Hoard.

Like the page to find to keep up to date with all the latest information.

P.A.S – Staffordshire Hoard Symposium papers

A Symposium was held at the British Museum in March 2010. You can find summaries of some of the papers submitted, together with some of the discussion and subsequent thoughts.

P.A.S – Staffordshire Hoard Symposium papers

By: Elisabeth Okasha

The Staffordshire Hoard inscription.

 P.A.S – Staffordshire Hoard Symposium papers

By: George and Isabel Henderson

The implications of the Staffordshire Hoard for the understanding of the origins and development of the Insular art style as it appears in manuscripts and sculpture.

 P.A.S – Staffordshire Hoard Symposium papers

By: Svante Fischer and Jean Soulat

The Typochronology of Sword Pommels from the Staffordshire Hoard.


P.A.S – Staffordshire Hoard Symposium papers

By: David Parsons

The name ‘Hammerwich’

P.A.S – Staffordshire Hoard Symposium papers

By: Nicholas Brooks

The Staffordshire Hoard and the Mercian Royal Court.

P.A.S – Staffordshire Hoard Symposium papers

By: Simon Cane

The Staffordshire Hoard Conservation Plan.

P.A.S – Staffordshire Hoard Symposium papers

By: Simon Keynes

The Staffordshire Hoard and Mercian Power.

 P.A.S – Staffordshire Hoard Symposium papers

By: Della Hooke

The Landscape of the Staffordshire Hoard.

P.A.S – Staffordshire Hoard Symposium papers

By: Charlotte Behr

The Symbolic Nature of Gold in Magical and Religious Contexts.

 P.A.S – Staffordshire Hoard Symposium papers

By: Kevin Leahy

The Contents of the Hoard.

 P.A.S – Staffordshire Hoard Symposium papers

By: Benjamin Gearey

The Potential of Environmental Archaeology and Geoarchaeology at the site of the Staffordshire Hoard.

  P.A.S – Staffordshire Hoard Symposium papers

 By: Alex Jones

The Staffordshire Hoard Fieldwork, 2009-2010.

P.A.S – Staffordshire Hoard Symposium papers

By: Karen Hoilund Nielsen

Style II and all that: the potential of the hoard for statistical study of chronology and geographical distributions.

 

 

 

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