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The Mints and Moneyers of England and Wales, 1066–1158
http://www.britnumsoc.org/publications/ ... J_82_5.pdf

Trade and Exchange in Anglo-Saxon Wessex circa 600 AD - 780AD
from Medieval Archaeology issue 60....1/2016
http://e-space.mmu.ac.uk/971/7/Trade_and_Exchange.pdf.

2 CIVIL WAR HOARDS SOMERSET
7 page article from Somerset Archaeology and Natural history mag 2008
www.sanhs.org/Documents/152/Payne.pdf

Urchfont_Hill_Urchfont archi-dig 2017 report
English Heritage investigated fields on Urchfont Hill as part of the Marden Environs Enhancement Project. Aerial survey, geophysics and excavation revealed a prehistoric enclosure, an early Roman trackway and a range of evidence for occupation and agriculture in other periods, including Mesolithic activity and a ploughed-out round barrow. Paul Robinson and Sam Moorhead have respectively undertaken analyses of assemblages of 16 Late Iron Age and 398 Roman coins found through metal-detecting on the site, providing further insights into the significance and character of activity on Urchfont Hill. Collectively this work reveals long term low intensity occupation, with the site becoming a focus for the deposition of coinage in the Late Iron Age and Roman periods

(PDF) available from this site https://www.researchgate.net/publicatio ... _Wiltshire

Roman and medieval coins found in Scotland, 2006–10
http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/cat ... 7_0264.pdf
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roman coins in Scotland
http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/cat ... 03_276.pdf

roman coins in Scotland II
http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/cat ... 25_329.pdf

roman coins in Scotland III
http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/cat ... 27_040.pdf

COIN HOARDS OF ROMAN BRITAIN
http://www.hisoma.mom.fr/numismatique/P ... 20II-1.pdf

Roman Ballista Bolt from Maiden Castle
http://www.bbc.co.uk/ahistoryoftheworld ... aL78DZnjGA

dozens of decapitated bodies found in mass Roman war grave unearthed on the route of Olympic Highway
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... -site.html

ROMAN SHIPWRECK PROJECT
https://www.southampton.ac.uk/archaeolo ... oject.page

Roman Roads in the Changing Landscape of Eastern England c.AD410 - 1850
https://ueaeprints.uea.ac.uk/.../Albone ... dscape.pdf

IRON AGE AND ROMAN-ERA VEHICLE TERRETS FROM WESTERN and CENTRAL BRITAIN
https://lra.le.ac.uk/bitstream/2381/329 ... ASGPhD.pdf

The Transition from Roman to Anglo-Saxon coinage book 2010
https://www.britnumsoc.org/publications ... J_80_3.pdf

Coin register 2007
https://www.britnumsoc.org/publications ... 77_2_6.pdf

coin register 1989
https://www.britnumsoc.org/publications ... _59_14.pdf
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The ‘Living’ Sword in Early Medieval Northern Europe: An Interdisciplinary Study
pdfs of vol 1 and vol 2 can be found via downloading from site linked at bottom of my post.

This thesis explores perceptions of two-edged swords as ‘living’ artefacts in Anglo-Saxon England and Scandinavia between c. 500 and 1100. Taking inspiration from recent anthropological and archaeological research into ‘artefact biography’, it considers two interlinked avenues of ‘life’: (1) the notion that swords could acquire life-histories, personalities and other person-like qualities; and (2) the nature of their relationship with warriors (as opposed to other members of society). The thesis compares Anglo-Saxon England and Scandinavia across a broad chronological period in order to identify how attitudes towards swords developed over time

http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/1416279/

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LATE ROMAN PRECIOUS METAL DEPOSiTS cira 200AD to 700AD
a 465 page pdf on the subject and covers the subject rather well.this thesis draws together more than 1800 late roman metal deposits of precious metals such as coins brooches plate jewellery ect over a 500 year period
http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/1317814/1/286548.pdf

The Ritual Mutilation of Coins on Romano-British Sites
a pdf that covers the topic relating to roman coinage and their usage in ritual offerings.im sure some will find of interest.
link.https://www.britnumsoc.org/publications ... J_71_4.pdf

The Ancient Monument in Romano-British Ritual Practices
link to download page click pdf under downloads towards bottom of the sites page to do so
https://traj.openlibhums.org/articles/a ... 997_71_86/

Roman-Period Activity at Prehistoric Ritual Monuments in Britain and in the Armorican Peninsula
link.https://traj.openlibhums.org/articles/a ... 1_133_146/

CEFN CARNEDD HILLFORT, NEAR CAERSWS
http://www.coflein.gov.uk/en/site/94016 ... R+CAERSWS/
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Pilgrimage in medieval East Anglia : a regional survey of the shrines and pilgrimages of Norfolk and Suffolk

this is a rather good pdf covering the subject and relates to East Anglia, Norfolk and Suffolk.those here interested in the subject of pilgrim badges and pilgrimage sites may find it worth downloading

summery.
This thesis seeks to give an overview of the practice and manifestations of pilgrimage in medieval East Anglia. Unlike previous works on this subject it focuses not on a specific time period or a certain shrine, but attempts to give an overview of every shrine and associated locus within Suffolk and Norfolk (and where appropriate also of locations just beyond these boundaries) from the Anglo-Saxon conversion period to the Reformation. Inherent in this aim is a certain degree of editorial severity to fit the bounds of the format. This thesis seeks to amalgamate approaches and sources from a variety of disciplines, chief amongst them ecclesiastical history, archaeology, art history, landscape archaeology and antiquarian history to present a narrative for each shrine as well as to attempt to identify patterns, trends and changes in devotional behaviour across the region. The thesis comprises detailed case studies of the larger shrines across the region as well as an extensive gazetteer of minor locations and secondary focal points for pilgrimage, such as wells and other landscape features
link https://ueaeprints.uea.ac.uk/63940/1/Pi ... Anglia.pdf


PILGRIMAGE IN ENGLAND.a concise introduction by Bob Trubshaw.
link https://www.hoap.co.uk/pilgrimage_in_england.pdf

Medieval Medicine, Magic, and Water: The dilemma of deliberate deposition of pilgrim signs
link https://digital.kenyon.edu/perejournal/vol1/iss3/5/

Bawdy badges and the Black Death : late medieval apotropaic devices against the spread of the plague.
This thesis examines a large corpus of enigmatic pilgrimage badges dating from roughly 1350-1500 CE. The badges were brought to light during archaeological excavations of water sites throughout the Schelde Estuary in the Netherlands, the riverbanks of the Seine in France, and the Thames in England
link.https://ir.library.louisville.edu/etd/497/

Magic for the dead? The archaeology of magic in later medieval burials

this paper examines patterns in the placement of apotropaic objects and materials in high- to late-medieval burials in Britain (11th to 15th centuries). It develops an interdisciplinary classification to identify: (1) healing charms and protective amulets; (2) objects perceived to have occult natural power; (3) 'antique' items that were treated as possessing occult power; and (4) rare practices that may have been associated with the demonic magic of divination or sorcery. Making comparisons with amulets deposited in conversion-period graves of the 7th to 9th centuries it is argued that the placement of amulets with the dead was strategic to Christian belief, intended to transform or protect the corpse. The conclusion is that material traces of magic in later medieval graves have a connection to folk magic, performed by women in the care of their families, and drawing on knowledge of earlier traditions. This popular magic was integrated with Christian concerns and tolerated by local clergy, and was perhaps meant to heal or reconstitute the corpse, to ensure its reanimation on judgement day, and to protect the vulnerable dead on their journey through purgatory.
right click and select save as target to download pdf from site
http://centaur.reading.ac.uk/3556/
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UK Protected Sites SAC and SPAs
SAC special areas of conservation and SPAs special protected areas. having just found out a site I was looking at has a rare bat roost right next to where I was researching and covered by ISSS and SAC its also overlapped with a wider area covering ISSS and SAC. its something I didn't know until today whilst researching the site for a future permission possibility .so I thought if this link isn't already posted here its something some may wish to bookmark.
http://jncc.defra.gov.uk/page-4

11 viewable and complete coin auction books on ISSUU website
https://issuu.com/baldwinscoins/docs/11 ... 6_-_ancien

Abandoned Communities
http://www.abandonedcommunities.co.uk/index.html

Godfrey edition maps
http://www.alangodfreymaps.co.uk/

LIDAR/AERIALS
https://www.bluesky-world.com/

BUTTON HISTORY a visual tour of
http://www.slate.com/articles/life/desi ... pr-consent

ANTIQUE FARM TOOLS
http://www.antiquefarmtools.info/index.htm

ARCHI UK
http://www.archiuk.com/

UKDFD
http://www.ukdfd.co.uk/pages/crotal-bells.html

HEATONS of TISBURY (maps)
http://www.heatons-of-tisbury.co.uk/whererfordshire.htm

LOCAL DROVE ROADS
http://www.localdroveroads.co.uk/site-map/

Gazetteer of Markets and Fairs to 1516: Wiltshire
https://www.history.ac.uk/cmh/gaz/wilts.html

OF DUNG HILLS AND DEWPONDS
http://gentlemanantiquarian.co.uk/of-du ... -dewponds/

Holloways and Sunken Paths, the Mysterious Ancient Highways
https://thedorsetrambler.com/2015/02/20 ... -highways/

Welsh Cattle Drovers in the Nineteenth Century
http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/wal/Archiv ... leDrovers1

Livestock Movements on the Hampshire-Sussex Border (1800s)
http://www.hantsfieldclub.org.uk/public ... an44d.html

The Ancient Origins of Medieval Fields: A Reassessment
https://ueaeprints.uea.ac.uk/59802/1/Th ... Fields.pdf

Medieval Britain and Ireland in 2009 - Portable Antiquities Scheme
https://finds.org.uk/documents/medieval ... 02009).pdf
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BOOKS
Belsey, Valerie, The Green Lanes of England, 1998

Bonson, K., The Drovers, 1970

Colyer, Richard Moore, Welsh Cattle Drovers, 1976 and 2002

Gregory, Donald, Radnorshire, an Historical Guide, 1994

Hughes, P.G., Wales and the Drovers, 1943

Hurley, Heather, Ancient Trackways, 1992

Lord Rennell of Rodd, Valley on the March, 1958

Sinclair, J.B. & R.W.D. Fenn, The Border Janus, A New Kington History, 1995

Skeel, Caroline, The Cattle Trade Between England and Wales, 15th - 19th Centuries

Taylor, Christopher, Roads and Tracks of Britain

Toulson, Shirley, The Drovers, Shire Publications, 1980

Toulson, Shirley and Caroline Forbes, Drovers Roads, Pembroke and the South II, 1992

The lost roads of wessex. C.Cochrane

Ancient trackways of wessex, H.W. Timperley & edith bill

The green roads of england, r.p hippisley cox

Highways and Byways in Hampshire by Read, D. H. Moutray

Highways and Byways in Oxford and the Cotswolds, Herbert E Evans

Droving In Wiltshire: The Trade And Its Routes by Trowbridge author Ken watt

Richard Colyer, Welsh Cattle Drovers, 2002

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Coinage of the T'ai P'ing and ming rebels

During their fifteen year civil war the T'ai P'ing rebels, as they were called, formed a government which included an army, a civilian civil service bureaucracy, treasury and even a postal system of their own. This article studies the money of the T'ai P'ing rebels including both coins and bank notes. Few specimens of either survive today. The coin issues are varied and interesting
link http://www.thecurrencycollector.com/pdf ... _Peace.pdf

The Ming dynasty lasted from 1368 to the year 1644 when China was over-run by barbarians from the north calling themselves Manchus. These fierce horsemen quickly conquered the decadent Ming, in turn establishing their own Ch'ing dynasty, China's last experiment with imperial rule.

The Ming court did not die easily, however, as one usurper after the other tried, for forty years, to reestablish Ming rule. Collectively these men were known as the "Ming Rebels". Each prince and warlord had his own court, army and bureaucratic following, setting up bases in various parts of China from which to overthrow the Ch'ing. Some enjoyed significant success while others did not. All, however, issued their own cast coinage for use in the areas they temporarily held. The coins are well executed, beautiful, specimens and are reasonably easy to acquire even today.

This article tracks the history of each rebel revealing both treachery and brutality in the attempt to eliminate the remaining vestige of loyalty to the Ming dynasty. The coin issues of each Ming Rebel are described in detail
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http://www.thecurrencycollector.com/pdf ... Rebels.pdf

Manchu Mintmarks
http://www.sportstune.com/chinese/coins ... tml#coiwan

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The Frome Riots 1754.
http://ukfamilyrecords.com/Blog/?p=294

Common land in England
https://common-land.com/

STARFISH
http://www.discoveringblackdown.org.uk/starfish

BRISTOL HISTORICAL RESOURCE
http://humanities.uwe.ac.uk/bhr/Main/

The European Revolutions of 1848
https://www.age-of-the-sage.org/history ... _1848.html

Three of England's oldest shipwrecks
http://www.culture24.org.uk/history-and ... navy-devon

ROBERT KET AND THE NORFOLK RISING (1549)
http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/Documents/ ... _risin.htm

Rural Unrest in the 1830s: the "Swing" riots
http://www.historyhome.co.uk/peel/ruralife/swing.htm

The Black Death - Local Population Studies
www.localpopulationstudies.org.uk/PDF/L ... -40-52.pdf

MILITARY BOOKS
https://onmilitarymatters.com/pages/dfindex.php

Military badges ect collection of phil harris pdf..well worth adding to your pdf collection if interested in militaria
https://www.dnw.co.uk/media/auction_cat ... p%2010.pdf
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Post by watermouse » Thu Aug 30, 2018 7:31 pm

PAPA BULLS issued in England.

wiki list.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_papal_bulls

(PDF) The Papal Bulls for the Invasion of England and Ireland
https://biblicalstudies.org.uk/pdf/chur ... 04_275.pdf

(PDF) Papal bullae from York - York Archaeological Trust
https://www.yorkarchaeology.co.uk/.../P ... n-York.pdf

National archive Papal Bull, 1261.Pope Alexander IV issued this declaration on 29 April 1261. It condemned the reform movement, and absolved the barons and bishops of England from any oaths they had taken in support of the reforms. This gave Henry III authority to reclaim power against the barons who stood against him. Dated 1261 (SC 7/3/29).
http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/educ ... bull-1261/

(PDF) Papal Bulls and Converso Brokers 1550-1650
https://core.ac.uk/download/pdf/80518080.pdf

(PDF) Protestant polemic in the 1570s: Elizabethan response to the northern uprising,papa bull and the massacre of st bartholomews day
http://etheses.bham.ac.uk/4936/1/Wilson14MPhil.pdf

Bull of Innocent III taking England under his protection
https://www.bl.uk/collection-items/bull ... protection

(PDF) Papal Communication Responses and Receptions (c.1100-1300)
https://www.aau.dk/digitalAssets/393/39 ... ebsite.pdf

(PDF) The Language and Content of Seal Legends in England Between 1066 and 1400
(to download from page.in find this item box...click link below "file"..pdf will then download)
http://repository.seikei.ac.jp/dspace/handle/10928/433

(PDF) The Confraternity Seals of Burton Lazars Hospital and newly discovered matrix at Robertsbridge Sussex.
https://www.le.ac.uk/lahs/downloads/200 ... 2002-2.pdf

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Oliver J. Thatcher, A Source Book for Mediaeval History. Selected Documents Illustrating the History of Europe in the Middle Age [1905]

a really good add to someones collection..you can view it on line by clicking format of your choice in Available in the following formats on page.

http://oll.libertyfund.org/titles/thatc ... -documents

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Post by THE MOLE » Thu Aug 30, 2018 8:23 pm

well after that lot i havent time to metal detect lol

thats a good source of information there mate ::g

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Post by watermouse » Mon Sep 03, 2018 3:54 am

website
THE HISTORY OF DIAMOND CUTTING
well worth bookmarking as its has nice sections on the subject .
http://www.langantiques.com/university/ ... nd_Cutting

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UCL THESES PDF DOWNLOADS
various theses .you select year and simply click pdf image on title you want to download the pdf.
http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/view/year/

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The Last Horizons of Roman Gaul: Communication, Community, and Power at the End of Antiquity

In the fifth and sixth centuries CE, the Roman Empire fragmented, along with its network of political, cultural, and socio-economic connections. How did that network’s collapse reshape the social and mental horizons of communities in one part of the Roman world, now eastern France? Did new political frontiers between barbarian kingdoms redirect those communities’ external connections, and if so, how? To address these questions, this dissertation focuses on the cities of two Gallo-Roman tribal groups. The Aeduans and Lingons inhabited a strategic crossroads region in what is now Burgundy and Champagne, and between ca. 460-534 passed from Roman to barbarian rule – first under the Burgundians and then under the Merovingian Franks
download of pdf on the page
https://dash.harvard.edu/handle/1/17467211

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r;[ r;[ r;[ TACITUS l;/ l;/ l;/
in 5 volumes

v. 1] Agricola ; Germania ; Dialogus (order reversed in earlier ed.). --[v. 2] The Histories : Books I-III. --[v. 3] The Histories : Books IV-V. Annals : Books I-III. --[v. 4] Annals : Books IV-VI, XI-XII. --[v. 5] Annals : Books XIII-XVI

published in 1914

you can download entire book from site ive linked in your preferred format its not in copyright so its free.i already have his complete works in book form..but I thought those who don't have his writings might like this.

https://archive.org/details/tacitusinfivevol03taciuoft


also Ive added this though ive not read it only stumbled across it today
romans and barbarians in tacitus' battle narratives
https://getd.libs.uga.edu/pdfs/seeger_r ... 208_ma.pdf

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IF ANYONE KNOWS OF INTRESTING PDFS NOT IN LIBRARY PLEASE FEEL FREE TO ADD.more the merrier lol ::g ::g ::g

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something new to my own collection is always good ::g

THE ROMANS IN SHETLAND from the Shetland Metal Detecting Club & Historical society.rather interesting 12 page booklet and subject matter is Agricola related

www.smdchs.co.uk/docs/romansinshetland.pdf

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forgot I even had this site bookmarked lol

Lost Heritage / a memorial to England's lost country houses
As many as 2,000 notable English country houses have been lost since 1800

http://www.lostheritage.org.uk/

also covering the subject
https://statelyhomes.wordpress.com/lost/

Scotland
http://www.slch.org.uk/a.html

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many west country detectorists most likely have heard of this.but if you haven't its an event that's an interesting part of the history of the region.

THE GREAT FLOOD of 1607.
website
http://www.burnham-on-sea.com/1607-flood.shtml

pdf
1607 Bristol Channel Floods: 400-Year retrospective
https://forms2.rms.com/rs/729-DJX-565/i ... floods.pdf

website
the Bristol tsunami of 1607
https://www.volcanocafe.org/the-bristol ... i-of-1607/

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the journal of antiquities
website https://thejournalofantiquities.com/cat ... oly-wells/

megalithic portal
website
http://www.megalithic.co.uk/article.php?sid=15299

holy and healing wells
website
https://insearchofholywellsandhealingsprings.com/

TYRANTS OF THE THAMES coin collections.
website
http://thetyrantcollection.com/thames/

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Napoleon’s Irish Legion
article
https://www.historyireland.com/volume-2 ... sh-legion/

Defunct Irish regiments of the British Army
wiki
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category: ... itish_Army

Forgotten Rangers suffered horrific losses in war
article
https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/life ... 53331.html

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The Booth Family – Over 1000 years of History. de Beauchamps

https://boothancestry.wordpress.com/boo ... entarians/

Heraldique et manuscrits

http://www.encre-et-lumiere.com/forum/l ... manuscrits

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A rare bronze brooch excavated on the Danish island of Bornholm has left archaeologists mystified 2015 article..but rather interesting

http://sciencenordic.com/ancient-roman- ... ish-island

9 fascinating archaeological finds from Lincolnshire

https://www.lincolnshirelive.co.uk/news ... ire-121565

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Re: Watermouse’s library of this and that

Post by djm666 » Wed Sep 26, 2018 11:46 pm

Roman coins from Scotland III
The broken link in the second post should be http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/cat ... 27_040.pdf

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Re: Watermouse’s library of this and that

Post by watermouse » Thu Sep 27, 2018 7:52 am

djm666 wrote:
Wed Sep 26, 2018 11:46 pm
Roman coins from Scotland III
The broken link in the second post should be http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/cat ... 27_040.pdf
thx for letting me know. ::g

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Re: Watermouse’s library of this and that

Post by watermouse » Sun Oct 07, 2018 6:02 pm

SPECIAL COLLECTIONS ON THE DNW AUCTION SITE...well worth bookmarking for any future ids of finds

https://www.dnw.co.uk/auction-archive/s ... llections/

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Re: Watermouse’s library of this and that

Post by watermouse » Mon Oct 08, 2018 10:38 pm

Historical record of the 1st Cornwall (duke of Cornwall's) artillery volunteers

https://archive.org/stream/historicalre ... g_djvu.txt

CORNWALL'S REGIMENTAL MUSEUM.BODMIN
https://cornwalls-regimentalmuseum.org/

the Wardrobe...the home of the Berkshire and Wiltshire infantry regiments museum.Salisbury
http://www.thewardrobe.org.uk/home
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