Findspot - Migration to Early Medieval finds
Findspot - various finds, including coins, dating from the Migration to the Early Medieval period were found 450m south of Marlcliff.
1 Find made with a metal detector in 1987: Saxon sceatta of Metcalf’s Style F, 8th century or late 7th century together with 13 sherds of possible Anglo Saxon pottery.
2 Find made with a metal detector in 1988: Bronze saucer brooch and a Hwiccan sceatta.
3 Find made with a metal detector in 1989: Saxon sceat, possibly 8th century.
4 Swift field survey also indicated some possible Saxon pottery in this field.
5 Find made with a metal detector in 1988: Saxon sceatta, 8th century. A derivative Hwiccan piece of Series L and so far as is known, the first in Warwickshire.
6 Finds made with a metal detector in 1989: A gilt bronze ornamental strip in the shape of a elongated lozenze with a small hole at each end, possibly 8th century, and a sceatta.
7 Illustration of ornamental strip 6.