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Metal detecting: a miasma of statistics and lies

There’s a big shadow over Britain’s portable antiquities policy. It’s that PAS’s data can’t be authenticated. Any archaeologist looking at this wants to challenge that? PAS staff? No?NoBut a member of the public who pays for the charade may wish to ask for the money back.
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