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Find Spot record MDR13240 - Brooch and coins, Minninglow Hill, Ballidon

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Full Description

A number of artefacts were discovered by a metal detector user in 1994 and reported to Sheffield Museum. These included a penannular brooch, found with about 15 Roman coins and a pin of Romano-British type found immediately south-west of the Roman road from Buxton to Little Chester, about 200m north-west of Minninglow. The finder retained the artefacts. (1) Copper-alloy penannular brooch. Continuous transverse ribbing, expanded almost zoomorphic terminal, with a flat pin. Date to 5th to 6th century. (2)

Sources/Archives (2)

  • <1> Unpublished document: Kinsley, G. 1996. Minninglow/King Sterndale Finds Assessment: Interim Report.
  • <2> Correspondence: Parsons, J (Sheffield City Museum). 1995. Letter regarding finds from the Peak District, 12th January, 1995. Letter.



Grid reference SK 208 574 (point)

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Apr 21 2015 3:55PM

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