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A medieval Christian grave with a unique set of silver bracketed tombs

A medieval Christian grave with a unique set of silver bracketed tombs

GM4PRO
1914 1
An 800-year-old Christian tomb with a treasure trove of silver bractates has been discovered in the grounds of Brahekyrkan Church in Visingsö, Sweden. In the Middle Ages, Christians were rarely buried with grave goods, and it is very rare to discover a burial with more coins in this period. Moreover, some of the coins of this burial were unknown until now.
About the forging of the treasure hunter

About the forging of the treasure hunter

Gorbacofff
2177 5
About two years ago, I found this fitting. Here on Hunters I was advised to contact Mrs. Naďa Profantová, PhD, CSc. who is a Czech historian and archaeologist specializing in the earlier and middle hillfort period.
History hunters - mystery on 18.4.2024

History hunters - mystery on 18.4.2024

Elmara
568 3
This bird landed on the LP pole in 2019 and since then the determination has not been refined. So maybe now as part of the mystery someone will move it.
He had been waiting for years to be able to search in the designated field. Then he discovered a hoard of medieval coins...

He had been waiting for years to be able to search in the designated field. Then he discovered a hoard of medieval coins...

GM4PRO
14507 3
When Alan Baxter found a massive 13th-century silver and gilt medieval ring in a farmer's field in Fife, Scotland, he knew there might be other ancient artefacts nearby. However, the hard and tall stubble from the thick oat crop each year made it impossible to search, so the farmer had to wait four years before planting and harvesting carrots...
Minelab's second spring event

Minelab's second spring event

Elmara
1339 0
After an exceptional event with the Minelab Equinox 600, you can now check out the special offer on the Equinox 900...

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