A spokesman for NMS said: "National Museums Scotland has been in constructive dialogue with Dumfries and Galloway Council throughout the allocation and acquisition of the Galloway Hoard
Information-processing deficits have also been identified in people who hoard
Most of the hoard
is silver jewellery but it also contains textiles and an "outstanding range of exceptional precious metal and jewelled items".
They found that the hoards
had been buried in two separate pits in the ground.
Characteristics and antecedents of people who hoard
animals: An exploratory comparative interview study.
Prizes include a Staffordshire Hoard
bag of goodies, and being featured in the Edible Archaeology section of Current Archaeology magazine.
A Powysland Museum spokesman said: "The discovery of such a large hoard
of Roman coins is a matter of considerable significance and the circumstances of the find and its subsequent reporting are an example of how metal detectorists and archaeologists can work together.
If a hoard
is, in the end, simply defined as unused capital, then we can follow Marx in saying that this sort of dead capital is the obligatory, dialectical counterpart to living capital:
The Journal launched an appeal for public help when, under the conditions of the Treasure Act, the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle upon Tyne (SANT) was given a fixed time to raise the finds to buy the hoard
for the region.
The finest items from the Hoard
, including the folded Christian Cross, will be housed in the Treasury - nick-nick named the 'bling zone'.
Thus, although mental health treatment was reported to be an important service, a range of services seem to be useful to people who hoard
, including home clean-outs and professional organizing services.
A silver coin in the hoard
is dated to 139AD which was a time of unrest north of the Wall.
PLANS to create a dedicated gallery to showcase artefacts from the Staffordshire Hoard
of Anglo-Saxon gold have been handed a PS700,000 boost by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
In The Hoard
, horror novelist Alan Ryker advances the theory that piles of rotting man-made stuff can harbor worse things than cockroaches.
The irony, of course, is that people who compulsively steal, spend or hoard
spend an inordinate amount of time not only engaged in these activities but in thinking about doing them as well as stopping them.