This month's contents include:
Discovering Carausius – Dave Crisp looks at the life and career of
Carausius, self-declared emperor of Britain at the end of the 3rd century AD, some of whose coins were found in the famous Frome Hoard.
Two Hoards – From axe-heads to groats, Peter Major’s first year of
detecting is definitely one to remember.
A Fabulous New Site – Could Carl Roberts and his good friend Nick have located a significant Celtic and Roman burial site in Kent?
Full Steam Ahead – Having gained permission on a local field, Denise Moncaster makes some great finds from across the centuries.
Roman Hoards from a New Site – Brian Goodsir-Thompson and his friend John are stunned to unearth two Roman coin hoards in two days!
Detecting on the East Coast – Colin Fordham searches areas of coastal erosion on his local beaches with his CTX 3030.
Celtic Coin Values – Details and sale prices of beautiful Celtic coins sold recently by Chris Rudd Auctions.
Product Review – Adrian Gayler puts the new lightweight Megraphta spade through its paces.
Glorious Gorgeous George – The finding of a George III halfcrown over 10 years ago sparked John Keen’s passion for detecting.
Uncanny Encounters – Julian Evan-Hart examines those inexplicable
feelings of being watched, or even helped, out in the fields.
Finds from a Norfolk Field – William Lovett makes some lovely finds, from the Celts to World War II.
Auction Round-Up – A selection of lots sold at TimeLine Auctions’ recent sale.
News and Views – A look at this month’s news and stories from the world of metal detecting, including a look at the latest Coiltek coil, some beautiful golden finds and a rare Tealby penny brooch.
Reader Finds – A round-up of some of our readers' recent finds.