Monday, 26 May 2014

The So-Called Crosby Garrett Helmet

The Crosby Garrett and the Ribchester helmets
on display in The British Museum
© David Gill
The latest volume of the Journal of Art Crime is now available. It includes my essay on the so-called Crosby Garrett helmet timed to coincide with the public display in the British Museum.

The article considers the new evidence presented by the study of the reported find-spot. It returns to the issue of The Treasure Act and the need to make amendments.

‘Context matters: The So-called Crosby Garrett Helmet’, Journal of Art Crime 11 (2014) 53-59.

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