Dave Haldenby wishes to thank his fellow detectorists Steve Foster, David Hirst, Roy Doughty, and Chris Hannard; Paula Gentil, Keeper of Archaeology at Hull Museums, for access to artefacts; Patrick Ottaway for reporting on the ironwork and Tony Austin on the pottery; Kevin Leahy and Paula Gentil for encouragement; and Jeff Lyons for undertaking the photo-editing. Julian Richards thanks Helen Goodchild for assistance with the GIS mapping, and Tony Abramson, John Blair, Martin Carver, Dawn Hadley, and Nicky Milner for comments on an earlier draft of this article. The production of the digital archive and publication were generously supported by the Department of Archaeology at the University of York. All photographs of objects in Hull Museum are copyright Hull and East Riding Museum, Hull Museums.
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