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The Mildenhall Treasure: a first-hand account

  • T. C. Lethbridge (a1)
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Introducing our articles by Richard Hobbs and Paul Ashbee (ANTIQUITY 71: 63–76) on the Mildenhall Treasure, the mass of Roman silverware which came to light in east England in 1946, I remarked that the principals are deceased. One principal did leave a first-hand account which has not been known before — Tom Lethbridge, Hon. Keeper of Anglo-Saxon antiquities in the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Cambridge. This extract from his unpublished autobiography is printed with the kind permission of Mrs Tom Lethbridge.

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Ashbee, P. 1997. Mildenhall: memories of mystery and misgivings, Antiquity 71: 74–6.
Dobinson, C.S., LAKE, J. & SCHOFIELD, A.J. 1997. Monuments of war: defining England’s 20th-century defence heritage, Antiquity 71: 288–99.
Hobbs, R. 1997. The Mildenhall Treasure: Roald Dahl’s ultimate tale of the unexpected?, Antiquity 71: 6373.
Piggott, S. 1963. Archaeology and prehistory, Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 29: 116.
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Antiquity
  • ISSN: 0003-598X
  • EISSN: 1745-1744
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