National Geographic

Written by Caroline Alexander, Art by Daniel Dociu
To be published in the November National Geographic 2011

For 1,300 years the treasure lay undisturbed, and eventually the landscape evolved from forest clearing to grazing pasture to working field. Then treasure hunters equipped with metal detectors—ubiquitous in Britain—began to call on farmer Fred Johnson, asking permission to walk the field.” _taken from Article

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