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Bronze Age Gold Unearthed in Denmark

COPENHAGEN, DENMARK—Some 2,000 spirals made of gold have been unearthed in a field in south-western Zealand, where four gold rings and six gold bowls have been found in the past. The spirals date to the Bronze Age, between 900 and 700 B.C. “Maybe the spirals were fastened to the threads lining a hat or parasol.…

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Farmer finds 2,500 years old gold bracelets

Farmer finds 2,500 years old gold bracelets near Jaslo in the Subcarpathia, Poland. Gold artefacts initially dated to 1600-400 BC have been unearthed by a farmer near Jaslo in the Subcarpathia. The objects have been taken to the Sub-Carpathian Museum in Krosno. During field work near Jasło, a farmer found three gold bracelets tied with golden…

Gold and silver treasure discovered in Gloucestershire

Historical jewellery which has lain undetected for centuries has been unearthed across the county. A Bronze Age hoard of gold bracelets from the Forest of Dean, an early medieval gold finger ring dug up in a village south of Gloucestershire, a 350-year-old silver thimble found in the Stroud district, and a post-Medieval silver-gilt spoon will…

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Ancient gold artefacts unearthed in Wales

Two gold artefacts thought to be around 3,000 years old have been found near Wrexham. The Late Bronze Age hoard of two ‘lock’ gold rings were discovered in the Community of Rosset. The wearer would’ve been a person of wealth and status within Late Bronze Age Society, between 10000 and 800BC. In terms of their…