This chapter in ‘Metal Detecting and Archaeology’ focuses on a key incident of nighthawking (illegal metal detecting) in southern England and the subsequent trials, which ultimately influenced a key change in legislation in England and Wales with regard to the treatment of Treasure.
Authors / Editors
Prof Suzie Thomas
University of Antwerp
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