Friday, 3 February 2023

Time Travelling or Time Trashing? What does UK's PAS Say?

         Combat-ready Josh Carr and his hole in pasture          
 Back to Jurnlist school for Darren Shield ('Bronze Age axe heads treasure found in Millom by Josh Carr' Mail 2nd February 2023)
A YOUNG metal detectorist is 'over the moon' after discovering one of the most important hoards ever found in the area. Josh Carr, 27, was out indulging in his metal detecting hobby with his brother near Millom on Sunday when he uncovered three Bronze Age axe heads thought to be around 3,000 years old or more. Josh, a labourer for Dean and Ross Builders in Millom, [...] said: "I've been metal detecting for about five years and it’s without doubt the most important thing I’ve ever found. "It could possibly indicate a lost bronze-age settlement or hill-fort [...] "I call myself a time-traveller because it is like time-travelling, being the first one to hold it in thousands of years, it's something so special."
What was special was the archaeological context of the loose objects he's blindly hoiked from a deep narrow hole in pasture. In pasture.

1 comment:

Brian Mattick said...

It must be ever so crowded over the moon.

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