Portable Antiquities Scheme

@article{Naylor2020PortableAS,
  title={Portable Antiquities Scheme},
  author={J. Naylor},
  journal={Medieval Archaeology},
  year={2020},
  volume={64},
  pages={354 - 375}
}
The Portable Antiquities Scheme (PAS) records archaeological finds discovered by members of the public in England and Wales. Many come from archaeological sites which have been damaged or eroded, usually by agriculture, leaving the objects as the only evidence of past activity; others are of interest in their own right. By end of 2019 the PAS database contained 37,243 records (containing 55,110 finds) of early medieval date (c 410–c 1066) and 219,485 records (263,040 finds) of high and later… Expand

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