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Celestron UpClose G2 16x32 binoculars

Celestron UpClose G2 16x32 binoculars

Astroman
1187 0
I want to add a series of articles on LP over the next few months, both about classical binoculars and also a bit about astronomy. The first article will focus on the relatively new Clestron UpClose G2 16x32. I consider this series to be very good value for money and I can always recommend it.
1. 5. 2019 Medieval sword from Ždánický les 1. 5. 2019

1. 5. 2019 Medieval sword from Ždánický les

Viky
3781 3
A massive medieval sword was discovered three years ago by a man using a metal detector in the Ždánice forest. The weapon dates back to the turn of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. It was probably a purely functional and practical weapon.
A detective found a treasure trove of bronze axes and spears

A detective found a treasure trove of bronze axes and spears

GM4PRO
1228 1
A set of twenty artefacts found by a metal detector near the village of Llanddeusant in Carmarthenshire dates from 1000 - 800 BC. It contains 20 artefacts - including three types of bronze axe, a broken spear, etc. It was declared a treasure late last month by Paul Bennett, chief coroner for Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire.
Detectorists repeatedly find Roman gold coins, more to come in the field

Detectorists repeatedly find Roman gold coins, more to come in the field

GM4PRO
2944 5
The 2,000-year-old treasure was deposited before the Roman invasion of Britain. The coins have been ploughed up and moved from their original site near Norwich over the centuries, and have been found repeatedly by various detectorists in recent years. They were the finest coins of their day, and were even made into jewellery. Today they are very rare...

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