By Ben Paites
From Bronze Age hoards to Medieval pilgrim badges, the PAS files for Essex hide each interval in historical past. The Burnham-on-Crouch hoard offers perception into the burial of items within the overdue Bronze Age, whereas the Ardleigh pommel highlights the tremendous ability of Anglo-Saxon goldsmiths. The paintings of the PAS additionally presents facts of ways humans proceed to deposit gadgets this present day. a few of these unearths have more suitable our knowing of society long ago, whereas others may be in demand for his or her attractiveness on my own. 50 reveals from Essex showcases a decide upon team of items recorded with the PAS and explains their importance inside our wider knowing of the archaeology of Essex.
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50 Finds From Essex: Objects from the Portable Antiquities Scheme by Ben Paites