The Guardian reports that a late 7th-century brooch made of copper and delicately worked gold, studded with Indian garnets, goes on show at the Museum of London.
The British Academy describes its cataloguing of Romano-British sculpture by area. Lists of volumes published.
The Newcastle Chronicle reports the discovery by Carlisle Archaeology of hundreds of items of Roman armor on the site of a Roman fort in Carlisle.
BBC News announced that rare mint condition Roman coins found in London go on show at the Museum of London.
Archaeologists hail the discovery of a Roman carving at Segontium in north Wales as the most significant find at the site for 30 years. From BBC News.
The Guardian reports the discovery in Carlisle of a Roman armory workshop with weapons and some of the best-preserved armor ever discovered.
The Worcestershire on-line fabric type series is the first part of Pottery in Perspective, an innovative project to provide information on the pottery used, and made, in Worcestershire from prehistory to c 1900CE.
Promotes the study of leather and leather objects from archaeological and other contexts. Newsletter, committee, publications, bibliography and meetings calendar.
Searchable database all of the single finds of coins minted 410-1180 found in the British Isles, based at the Fitzwilliam Museum.