Thank you for your interest in Easton's Treasure.
Our crew is anxiously preparing a show geared towards an audience with a variety of interests and seeking a unique entertainment
The show is comprised of two elements seamlessly intertwined in a captivating docu-drama that have been in development for more than two
years. A series of period re-enactments will result in a short film written and directed by Stafford Jenkins.
Cleverly inserted into the film will be present day investigations by the Discovery Team. These investigations use newly available
technologies to expose the truth or fiction behind folklore that has been told for over 400 years.
The production team has been assembled based on their high level of professionalism and dedication to the project. Each team member
brings an individual skill set ensuring you the viewer receives a superior quality and engaging product.
We invite you to join us on June 23rd, 2017 at 8 pm NST to see Peter Easton's story come to life. This is the same day in 1603 that King
James 1 of Britain disbanded the privateers employed to protect his fishing fleet. At 33 years of age, Peter Easton had to choose his next career.
Piracy was his career of choice!
There have been many accounts of the history that followed Peter Easton, but none have been
as comprehensive as the story been told by the Discovery Team.
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Easton`s Treasure`s Code of Ethics and Guidelines for Practice
The primary goal of a conservation ambassador, individuals with minimum training and advanced knowledge, is the preservation of cultural
property. The Cultural property consists of individual objects, structures, or aggregate collections. It
is the material which has a significance that may be artistic, historical, scientific, religious, or social, and it
is an invaluable and irreplaceable legacy that must be preserved for future generations.
In striving to achieve this goal, conservation Ambassadors assume certain obligations to the cultural property, to its owners and
custodians, to the conservation profession, and to society as a whole. This document, the Code of Ethics and Guidelines for Practice of the NEWFOUNDLAND HISTORIC RESOURCES ACT, the NATIONAL
PARKS ACT sets forth the principles that guide the conservation Ambassadors and others who are involved in the care of cultural property.
CODE OF ETHICS
I. The conservation Ambassador shall strive to attain the highest possible standards in all aspects of conservation, including, but not
limited to, preventive conservation, examination, documentation, treatment, research, and education.
2. All actions of the conservation Ambassador must be governed by an informed respect for the cultural property, its unique character and
significance, and the people or person who created it.
3. While recognizing the right of society to make appropriate and respectful use of cultural property, the conservation professional
shall serve as an advocate for the preservation of cultural property by working with the appropriate levels of government in archaeology.
4. The conservation professional shall practice within the limits of personal competence and education as well as within the limits of
the available facilities.
5. While circumstances may limit the resources allocated to a particular situation, the quality of work that the conservation Ambassador
performs shall not be compromised.
6. The conservation Ambassador must strive to select methods and materials that, to the best of current knowledge, do not adversely
affect cultural property or its future examination, scientific investigation, treatment, or function.
7. The conservation Ambassador shall document examination, scientific investigation, and treatment by creating permanent records and
8. The conservation Ambassador shall recognize a responsibility for preventive conservation by endeavoring to limit damage or
deterioration to cultural property, providing guidelines for continuing use and care, recommending appropriate environmental conditions for storage and exhibition, and encouraging proper procedures
for handling, packing, and transport.
9. The conservation Ambassador shall act with honesty and respect in all professional relationships, seek to ensure the rights and
opportunities of all individuals in the profession, and recognize the specialized knowledge of others.
10. The conservation Ambassador shall contribute to the evolution and growth of the profession, a field of study that encompasses the
liberal arts and the natural sciences. This contribution may be made by such means as continuing development of personal skills and knowledge, sharing of information and experience with colleagues
and provincial archaeology professionals, adding to the profession’s written body of knowledge, and providing and promoting educational opportunities in the field.
11. The conservation Ambassador shall promote an awareness and understanding of conservation through open communication with allied
professionals and the public.
12. The conservation Ambassador shall practice in a manner that minimizes personal risks and hazards to themselves and, the public, and
13. Each conservation Ambassador has an obligation to promote understanding of and adherence to this Code of Ethics.
The conservation Ambassador should use the following guidelines and supplemental commentaries together with the E.T.C.E "Easton`s
Treasure Code of Ethics" in the pursuit of ethical practice. The commentaries are separate documents, created by the DISCOVERY TEAM, that are intended to amplify this document and to accommodate
growth and change in the field and the relationship
between Archaeology, History Hobbyist and Metal Detecting Enthusiasts.