Culture Secretary Fiona Hyslop has promised to resolve the bustup over the Galloway Viking Hoard
after a blistering attack by a regional MSP.
One notable exception was arranging enforced clearances, which in spite of being one of the most frequently applied interventions by participants, is not recommended in the literature due to the potential negative impact this approach can have on the individual who hoards
(Steketee & Frost, 2014).
TWO Bronze Age hoards
found less than 150 metres apart have been declared as treasure.
The Cheshire Hoards
were found by metal detector enthusiasts in Cheshire and include coins and jewellery.
For example, a client who primarily hoards
magazines and newspapers might be able to identify a specific brochure or flyer that is not as valuable as other possessions.
In other words, hoards
are intimately tied up with the boundaries of self and other that help to define the notion of 'mutual'.
And the health and safety hazards facing the person who hoards
can be serious.
BURIED treasure hoards
fascinate, not least for the mystery which surrounds them.
In this catalog of ancient Greek coinage from recently discovered hoards
, American Numismatic Society officials present ten articles that offer a survey of the hoards
(featured in 67 plates) that have been documented since the last volume.
of this nature are very rare things, and the Ashwell hoard
is the first of its kind excavated for 200 years," he said.
At that time, steamboat lines were bringing hoards
of summer visitors to Hull.
Red foxes resident on an island with a large seabird community in Newfoundland, where food is superabundant in summer and scarce during winter, made large larder hoards
over an eight-year period.