Nálezy nejenom s detektorem ve Velké Británii a Irsku

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N8lezy detektory a archeologické výzkumy ve Velké Británii a Irsku
5/27/2020 Treasure in a cigar box 27. 5. 2020

5/27/2020 Treasure in a cigar box

Viky
800 3
The unassuming tin cigar box held a real treasure. It was at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland. One of the staff here discovered wood from the pyramid of Khufu in Egypt inside the box. Experts say the artefact is of incalculable value.
264 gold coins under the floor

264 gold coins under the floor

Viky
1639 9
Incredibly lucky was the couple who discovered 264 gold coins under the floor of a house in the North Yorkshire village of Ellerby. The depot was in a pot. The finders plan to sell the treasure at auction for at least £250,000.
Stolen Viking treasure bought and returned home

Stolen Viking treasure bought and returned home

GM4PRO
2188 5
In 2015, detectorists George Powell and Layton Davies found a hoard of around 300 Saxon coins, jewellery and other valuables, probably deposited by the Vikings in the 10th century, in a field near Leominster.
Luftwaffe pilot's watch on sale for 200,000

Luftwaffe pilot's watch on sale for 200,000

Viky
2679 2
The military watch, worn by soldiers in the German Luftwaffe during the Second World War, was discovered by a family in Coventry while sorting through their late father's possessions. The watch will be auctioned in August for more than 7,000 British pounds, or just over 200,000 crowns.
A detective found a treasure trove of bronze axes and spears

A detective found a treasure trove of bronze axes and spears

GM4PRO
2645 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
5227 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...
16 Apr 2016 Viking coins in Northern Ireland 16. 4. 2016

16 Apr 2016 Viking coins in Northern Ireland

Viky
2731 0
The two rare Viking coins were discovered with a metal detector by Brian Morton, then a forty-three-year-old full-time carer. Experts say the coins are linked to a Viking raid on a nearby monastery. They are the first coins of their kind found in Northern Ireland.

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