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Archaeology youtubers

  • 28-09-2020 10:45pm
    Registered Users Posts: 1,449 ✭✭✭ bogwalrus

    Any recommendations? Been following a guy who's channel is called Si Finds Thames mudlark. He goes out on hovercrafts around Thames and finds all sorts. Very entertaining and informational.

    Just looking for more that do the same.


  • Registered Users Posts: 16 gracie8bb

    Hello ! I know this post is ages old but I was looking for recommendations for places to mudlark/bottle dig etc

    anyway if you still want recommendations, Nicola white, kit and caboodlers, dirty secrets of Scotland, I also tend to look up American bottle dump diggers. They get good stuff but with the abode I like the round up they do at the end.

    have y out ventured out yourself?