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When is a palstave not a palstave?

I’m sure it’s clear by now that I love the objects that tell a story. I spend a lot of time going through old reports and it’s so intriguing to read previous perceptions of Bronze Age objects. (more…)

Bronze Age Metalwork at Wells and Mendip Museum


Believe it or not, two years into my research, I still haven’t finished my data collection. The spread of objects across the South West has proven far more troublesome than even I anticipated. Nonetheless, I persevere and my latest venture took me to the beautiful tiny city of Wells. (more…)