Bronze Age ‘treasure trove’ found in Pembrokeshire field…

Bronze Age hoard found in Manorbier, Pembrokeshire

Published by BBC news South West Wales, Friday 28th October 2011.

“A collection of Bronze Age artefacts found by a man with a metal detector in a Pembrokeshire field may end up at the National Museum Wales.

The tools, a weapon, and other items which were found by Gavin Palmer near Manorbier have been declared treasure by the county’s coroner.” – Taken from Article

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Bronze Age ‘treasure trove’ found in Pembrokeshire field

Published by WalesOnline, by Rachael Misstear, Saturday 29th October 2011
“FINDING a hoard of long-lost treasure is a metal detector’s dream.

And for one enthusiast that dream was realised when he discovered a trove of Bronze Age treasure in a field in Pembrokeshire.

The 19 bronze and copper artefacts, around 3,000 years old, including tools, a weapon, a personal dress item, ingots and bronze casting byproducts, were found by Gavin Palmer near Manorbier in August last year.” – Taken from article

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Bronze Age treasure found by lucky metal detector

Published by WalesOnline, by Rachael Misstear, Saturday 28th October 2011
“The 19 bronze and copper artefacts, around 3,000 years old, including tools, a weapon, a personal dress item, ingots and bronze casting bi-products, were found by Gavin Palmer near Manorbier in August last year.” – Taken from Article

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