UK Portable Antiquities Scheme Releases 2013 Annual Report

The UK’s Department of Culture, Media and Sport, along with The British Museum, have issued the Portable Antiquities Scheme’s 2013 Annual Report. The Report shows how, more than ever,  this model of public participation in the finding and recording of archaeological data can have huge benefits to finders, museums and the broader base of archaeological… Read More UK Portable Antiquities Scheme Releases 2013 Annual Report

Roman Bronze Brooches Revisited: Zoomorphic Types

http://www.clioancientart.com/catalog/i475.html In a blog post dated August 20 of last year we reviewed some examples of Roman bronze fibulae (brooches), a ubiquitous find both in controlled excavations and by metal detectorists. In this post we’d like to elaborate on the topic, focusing on zoomorphic brooch types. The example pictured above, a horse brooch dating to… Read More Roman Bronze Brooches Revisited: Zoomorphic Types