Portable Antiquities Scheme


Portable Antiquities Scheme

The Portable Antiquities Scheme (PAS) en français schéma portable d'antiquités est un programme volontaire du gouvernement de Grande-Bretagne pour enregistrer le nombre croissant de petites découvertes archéologiques trouvées par le public. Le programme a débuté en 1997 et couvre désormais la plupart de l'Angleterre et du Pays de Galles.

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Le programme est prioritairement dirigé vers les possesseurs de détecteur de métaux qui découvrent des artefacts archéologiques qui n'auraient pas été enregistré sans ce programme. Le Trésor d'Harrogate y a été répertorié.

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