Nálezy nejenom s detektorem ve Velké Británii a Irsku

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N8lezy detektory a archeologické výzkumy ve Velké Británii a Irsku
He found a 2,000-year-old Celtic figurine, sold it at auction

He found a 2,000-year-old Celtic figurine, sold it at auction

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At Little Chishill in Cambridgeshire, detectorist Bob Jemmett managed to discover a unique Celtic bronze fertility figurine from the 1st century 6 years ago. He found it in a freshly ploughed field during a mass detector expedition. He reported the discovery to the Portable Antiquities Scheme and after subsequent investigation it was returned to him, stating that it did not qualify as a treasure. This Friday, it was offered at auction...
Two unique detector finds worth millions stolen from museum

Two unique detector finds worth millions stolen from museum

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One of the largest gold neckpieces from the Bronze Age, worth CZK 6.4 million, was stolen. On Tuesday 7. May 7, thieves broke into the Ely Museum in the early hours of the morning and purposely stole two meatIn addition to the necklace, there was also a heavy gold bracelet from the Bronze Age. Experts fear that the objects will be melted down and their cultural and historical value will disappear forever...
Searched the river with a magnet, found a 1,100-year-old sword

Searched the river with a magnet, found a 1,100-year-old sword

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So-called "magnet fishing" - fishing for ferromagnetic objects from rivers, streams, lakes and ponds is generally an interesting activity, where you can sometimes catch a nice piece of history. But rarely something as old as Trevor Penny, who pulled a complete 9th century Viking sword from the River Cherwell near Enslow in West Oxfordshire.
A beautifully preserved gold buckle from the Bronze Age as the best find of the year

A beautifully preserved gold buckle from the Bronze Age as the best find of the year

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Amateur detectorist Jonathan Needham from Staffordshire has discovered a remarkable 3,000-year-old gold pin dating back to the Late Bronze Age. It was used to fasten a dress or cloak and must have belonged to a high-ranking person. Experts say it is the best-preserved pin of its type ever discovered in Britain and only the seventh overall...
Golden treasure in the flint cavity

Golden treasure in the flint cavity

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The British Museum's latest PAS Annual Report states that for 2022, the most treasures have been reported since the Portable Antiquities Scheme was launched. A total of 53,000 archaeological finds were reported and of these, 1,378 cases met the definition of treasure, including a very interesting hoard of gold Celtic staters in a flint 'box'...
Archaeologists find mysterious Roman dodecahedron - no one knows what it was used for

Archaeologists find mysterious Roman dodecahedron - no one knows what it was used for

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In the small village of Norton Disney, Lincolnshire, a very rare Roman twelve-pointed stone has been found. Only about 130 of these copper alloy examples have been discovered in Europe, ironically only in the provinces, never in Rome itself. In England it is only the thirty-third twelve-walled stone, none having been discovered in its original context until now.

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