Boughton Malherbe Hoard
- Art Funded
- Art Fund grant
- £2,000 (Total: £6,000)
- Department for Culture, Media and Sport
Discovered by metal-detectorists in a field near Boughton Malherbe in Kent, this hoard is the third-largest Bronze Age hoard ever found in Britain, consisting of over 352 objects and fragments, providing a great insight into the lives of the inhabitants of Kent in the 9th century BC
Excavated by Mr N. Hales and Mr W. Coomber while metal detecting in Kent with permission of the landowner, 2011.