Roman Finds Group

A forum for all those with an interest
in Roman artefacts.

Staffordshire Pan. Image copyright Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery Trust, Carlisle

Welcome to Roman Finds Group’s website

The Roman Finds Group (RFG) provides a forum for all those with an interest in Roman artefacts. Founded in 1987, our membership is both professional and amateur, and new members are always welcome. 

The objectives of the RFG are to promote the study, research, publication, teaching and conservation of the material culture of Roman Britain. By joining RFG you are supporting our objectives and furthering the study of Roman material culture in Britain.

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Our next event

2024 RFG Spring Meeting

Save the date for the next RFG conference, to be held on Friday 8th and Saturday 9th March 2024. Tickets: scroll to the bottom of the page to purchase the tickets This year’s spring Conference is being held in association with the University of Reading,...
£5.00 – £52.00
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08 March 2024

Become a Member of RFG

Benefits of the RFG Membership include:

Visit our Membership page for full list of RFG Membership benefits and information about how to join.

Why study small finds?

Archaeology is the study of the people of the past.

By looking at the artefacts from the site and arranging them by themes, such as domestic, personal, religious, military or work, it is possible to identify how a site was used and develop a more rounded picture of those who lived there.

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