On this page you will find pictures of what I find as an amateur archaeologist in Denmark, where I walk teh fields thin with permission from landlords, it is so important to have permission, to walk in the fields from the landlords that it can not be said often enought probably, at the top, it is very important to have a good relationship with the local museum and the landowners in the areas where the museum has it´s district, as some of the things that are / can be found are of interest and are by law owned by the state so that the historical artifacts must be handed in to the local museum which sends it to the National Museum of Denmark, which then assesses whether it is "Danefæ" or not, I did not become an amateur Archaeologist for the money ( Danefæ allowance), but to help preserve the history and protect it from further destruction such as agriculture whatever lies in the ground also to protect it from grave robbers and Night Hogs so that the artifacts of the story do not end on the black market. It's a time-consuming hobby that quickly spends more time and money than most people would think, and most finds are waste, around 98% or more such as soda / beer cans, old rusted iron, rusty nails, bottles even old ammunition ( careful with the) old machine parts, glass shards. plastic etc. Which all is broughtto the recykel station so fare is 3,8 Ton of trash removed from the feilds by me alone.
but from time to time, historical finds also come up as will be shown here on the page below: