By Adam Daubney
Adam Daubney is the Lincolnshire unearths Liaison Officer for the transportable Antiquities Scheme. He has been recording archaeological items in Lincolnshire for over fifteen years, and has a specific curiosity in Roman Britain and the agricultural panorama. Adam has a PhD from the college of Leicester, within which he explored the importance of multi-period artefact scatters in Lincolnshire.
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