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Snettisham Hoard
08.05.2021
Snettisham Hoard
The Snettisham Treasure or Snettisham Treasure is a series of Iron Age discoveries of precious metals found in the Snettisham area of the English county of Norfolk from 1948 to 1973. The treasure consists of metal, jet and over 150 gold/silver/copper alloy Torc fragments, over 70 of...
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Mildenhall Treasure
07.05.2021
Mildenhall Treasure
The Mildenhall Treasure is a large hoard of 34 masterpieces of Roman silverware from the fourth century AD, and is by far the most valuable Roman object artistically and bullion weight in Britain. It was found in West Row, near Mildenhall, Suffolk, in 1942. It consists of more than...
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Migdale Hoard
06.05.2021
Migdale Hoard
In May 1900, a group of workers were working on a hillside above a lake. Cutting into a crack in the rock, one of the workers felt something. Something that didn't look like a rock, a plant, or a spider. What he found was quite remarkable, and the last person to see it had been...
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Isleham Hoard
05.05.2021
Isleham Hoard
The Isleham Hoard is a hoard of over 6,500 pieces of worked and unworked bronze, dating from the Bronze Age, found in 1959 by "Bill" William Houghton and his brother Arthur, at Isleham, near Ely, in the English county of Cambridgeshire. This is the largest Bronze Age...
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Havering hoard
04.05.2021
Havering hoard
The Havering Hoard is a hoard of 453 Late Bronze Age (900 to 800 BC) artifacts found on a site overlooking the River Thames in Rainham, London in 2018. It is the largest Bronze Age hoard in London and the third largest in Britain. The discovery was made during an archaeological survey...
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Corbridge Hoard
03.05.2021
Corbridge Hoard
The Corbridge Treasure is a Treasure mainly of iron artifacts which was excavated in 1964 at the Roman site of Coria , near what is now Corbridge, Northumberland, England (not to be confused with the gold coin hoard found nearby in 1911). It came from the central row of...
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Beau Street Hoard
03.05.2021
Beau Street Hoard
The hoard found in Bath, Somerset, is the fifth-largest hoard ever found in Britain and the largest ever found in a British Roman city. It consists of about 17,500 Roman silver coins dating from between 32BC to AD 274.  The treasure was found on Bo Street, about 150 meters from...
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Spillings Hoard
03.05.2021
Spillings Hoard
IN 1999, a film crew accompanied archaeologist Jonas Ström and numismatist Kenneth Jonsson to a humble farm on Gotland, Sweden's largest island. After the farmer discovered a Viking coin, some 150 coins and artifacts were discovered. The team got the footage they needed and...
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Ballaslig Coin Hoard
30.04.2021
Ballaslig Coin Hoard
The silver coin is one of the most common coin types of the medieval period. It was minted during the reign of Edward I (1272-1307). Edward was famous for his program of building castles in Wales and moving the Stone of Destiny from Scotland to London. The importance of the coin to...
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Glenfaba Hoard
29.04.2021
Glenfaba Hoard
The largest and highest quality Viking hoard found on the Isle of Man was discovered by a metal detector that immediately reported the find, allowing for proper excavation. The silver hoard from Glenfaba is also the most diverse to date and contains 464 Hiberno-Norse and Anglo-Saxon...
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