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Medieval set of liturgical silverware and a hoard of silver coins

Medieval set of liturgical silverware and a hoard of silver coins

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Last autumn, archaeologists from the Hungarian National Museum discovered the remains of a three-aisled basilica of a former Benedictine abbey and an older rotunda during a test excavation. This year they returned to the site in Tomajmonostora in eastern Hungary with the aim of thoroughly investigating the site. In the process, they found a medieval grave from the 13th to 14th centuries with the skeletal remains of a man holding a silver chalice and a communion bowl.
Detectives found the robber's gold and silver treasure

Detectives found the robber's gold and silver treasure

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The Polish detector group Świętokrzyska Grupa Eksploracyjna has discovered several hoards of silver and gold coins associated with the infamous "adventurer", false prophet and robber Antoni Jaczewski, who made his fortune on the superstition of people seeking a cure during a plague epidemic..
A 2500-year-old perfectly preserved bronze helmet has been discovered in Croatia

A 2500-year-old perfectly preserved bronze helmet has been discovered in Croatia

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An ancient Greco-Illyrian helmet was discovered during the excavation of an archaeological burial site on the Croatian Pelješac peninsula about 40 km from Dubrovnik. It was probably left at the site as a memento of a deceased soldier. This is the second helmet - the first and younger one was discovered just ten metres away.
The oldest copper axe in Poland discovered during a club detector event

The oldest copper axe in Poland discovered during a club detector event

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Last August, a unique copper axe from the 4th to 3rd millennium BC was discovered near Matcze, Poland, near the border with Ukraine, with the help of a metal detector. It is the oldest ever discovered in Poland and quite possibly the oldest copper artefact ever discovered on Polish territory...
A discovery that will rewrite the textbooks: Europe's oldest human settlement is 1.4 million years old

A discovery that will rewrite the textbooks: Europe's oldest human settlement is 1.4 million years old

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The international team led by Roman Garba from the Institute of Nuclear Physics of the CAS and the Institute of Archaeologyof the CAS discovered the oldest known human settlement in Europe near Korolev in western Ukraine. Until now, the oldest finds were thought to be in Atapuerca, Spain, which is 200 to 300 thousand years younger. Moreover, it is the northernmost occurrence of upright humans in the world. The study also confirms for the first time that humans came to Europe from the east or southeast.
Detector discovery of a unique 4,000-year-old copper dagger in Poland

Detector discovery of a unique 4,000-year-old copper dagger in Poland

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Last November, detectorist Piotr Gorlach discovered a beautifully preserved copper dagger from the 3rd millennium BC in a forest near Jaroslaw in southeastern Poland. It is the oldest dagger ever discovered in the Carpathian Voivodeship. According to archaeologists, copper objects were extremely rare in the area...
A tractor driver ploughed up two richly furnished tombs from the Roman period

A tractor driver ploughed up two richly furnished tombs from the Roman period

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A tractor driver discovered two Roman tombs with rich equipment in a field near Nova Varbovka, Bulgaria, while ploughing. Among other things, a rare bronze medallion of Emperor Caracalla. It is a double burial of an adult male and female, the second grave belonged to a small child. The grave furnishings date the burials to the first half of the third century.
A hunter discovers a treasure trove of iron weapons from the Roman period

A hunter discovers a treasure trove of iron weapons from the Roman period

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A set of iron weapons from the Roman period was found in a forest near Hrubieszów, Poland, close to the border with Ukraine. At the beginning of January they were accidentally discovered by a forester Mateusz Filipowicz and his friends. They first noticed one heavily rusted object with a crust lying in the mud disturbed by heavy forestry equipment. When Mateusz pulled it out, more appeared underneath...

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