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Figure 1: Like the Rorschach ink blot test a subject's immediate reaction to a common archaeological find might be most telling. Is it a museum display or a curio for the mantelpiece, a source of new archaeological information or a viable commodity? © Crown Copyright

Figure 2: Common detector finds, all post 1800. That many metal-detector users actively strive to find such objects may be surprising to many archaeologists, yet a finder might prize a Victorian army badge more than a Roman brooch. © Crown Copyright


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