Dr. Adam Jonathan Daubney
Adam Daubney is the Lincolnshire Finds Liaison Officer for the British Museum’s Portable Antiquities Scheme. He has been recording archaeological objects in Lincolnshire for over fifteen years, and has a particular interest in Roman Britain, and the longer-term use of the rural landscape. Adam has a PhD from the University of Leicester, in which he explored the significance of multi-period artefact scatters in Lincolnshire.
Books by Adam Jonathan Daubney
Portable Antiquities, Palimpsests, and Persistent Places
A multi-period approach to Portable Antiquities Scheme data in Lincolnshire
Adam Jonathan Daubney | 2016
Every year thousands of archaeological objects and artefact scatters are discovered by the public, most of them by metal-detector users, but also by people whilst out walking, gardening, or going about their daily work. Once…