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C24 Feature A tantalising mystery: The story behind the huge Anglo-Saxon coin hoard found in BuckinghamshireNational media coverage has suggested a Middle Age coin hoard, found in Buckinghamshire just before Christmas, could be worth £1 million. Ros Tyrrell, the county's in-demand archaeologist, hopes that could be wide of the mark.11 January 2015
News Archaeologists reveal "beautiful" bronze handle, Samian cup and ring of gods from 2nd century burialThree artefacts from a Roman burial found last by a metal detectorist in Buckinghamshire last October have gone on display, including a "beautiful" bronze handle of national importance.16 February 2015
Interview Parliament Week Curator's Choice: A porcelain figure of radical MP John Wilkes at the Buckinghamshire MuseumWill Phillips, the Collections Officer of Social History at Buckinghamshire County Museum Resource Centre, introduces a porcelain figure of John Wilkes, a radical 18th century MP who had a colourful and controversial parliamentary career.03 November 2011