BY ADAM ASPINALL A DETECTORIST
'S find has led to the discovery of one of the UK's largest Roman villas.
ey were found by a metal detectorist
in Cwm Cadnant, Anglesey, and include a gold band - known as a hair ring - and an earring, which are believed to be examples of Bronze Age jewellery.
I WAS deeply saddened to read about the damage caused to parks in the Rugby area, apparently by a metal detectorist
(Telegraph, Oct 4).
The gold was unearthed by metal detectorist
Terry Herbert in July and is expected to fetch a seven-figure sum when it goes on sale.
Toby Jones I SUPPOSE I am mildly interested in whether a secretary of state may or may not have leaked something to the Daily Telegraph about Huawei building part of the UK's 5G network.
| The remains of Sqdn Ldr Daniel Cremin, killed in a mid-air crash in 1942, have been found by a metal detectorist
The coffin is believed to be a Roman child's and was found near Witherley by metal detectorist
The Staffordshire Moorlands Pan, discovered by a metal detectorist
in Staffordshire in 2003, was made as a functional vessel and a souvenir.
The Winchester Gold, buried in the late First Century BC, was found in 2000 by metal detectorist
Kevan Halls who shared a pounds 700,000 reward with the landowner.
'People always think a detectorist
is a guy who finds coke can tops and rubbish but detectors now are very complex and, if you're doing it properly, you can find great stuff.'
A METAL detectorist
unearthed a rare 15th century bishop's ring that is tipped to sell for PS10,000.
The "historically significant" find was made by Derek McLennan, 47, a committed metal detectorist