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Two men using metal detectors discover hoard of 50,000 Iron Age Celtic coins

Two men using metal detectors discover hoard of 50,000 Iron Age Celtic coins

archeology - Two men using metal detectors discover hoard of Iron Age Celtic coins

This pot was unearthed on the Menominee Reservation in Wisconsin, where it had laid buried for the past 800 years.

800-Year-Old Seeds Have Grown Into A History-Altering Plant

Archaeologists Dig Up An Native American Pot. What They Found Inside Is Changing History This pot was unearthed on the Menominee Reservation in Wisconsin, where it had laid buried for the past 800 years.

Viking-era coins unearthed by Danish teenager.. Danish museum officials say that an archaeological dig last year has revealed 365 items from the Viking era, including 60 rare coins.

Viking-era coins unearthed by Danish teenager. Danish museum officials say that an archaeological dig last year has revealed 365 items from the Viking era, including 60 rare coins

There are ancient and  time worn crypts where forgotten treasures and halls of antiques which  lay  far underground. Here then is a quick ...

The Grouville Hoard: A clump of around coins dating from around 50 BC. They were buried on the island of Jersey by a Celtic tribe trying to escape Julius Caesar's armies

Great news for all you hopeful amateur metal detectorists: Two men, who'd been searching the same field for nearly 30 years, have stumbled upon the largest hoard of Iron Age coins ever discovered in northern Europe. Inspired by legends that a local farmer once discovered silver coins on his land, the men unearthed the congealed chunk of 50,000 silver and gold coins after following a trail of pieces — that turned out not to be related to the cache.

Two men using metal detectors discover hoard of 50,000 Iron Age Celtic coins

Two men using metal detectors discover hoard of Iron Age Celtic coins

A METAL-DETECTING enthusiast has uncovered a hoard of Roman coins in Mid Wales.  	The exact location of the find, which is believed to include some 4,000 copper coins, is being kept a secret to protect the site.

Hoard of Roman coins found in Powys field

A METAL-DETECTING enthusiast has uncovered a hoard of Roman coins in Mid Wales. The exact location of the find, which is believed to include some copper coins, is being kept a secret to protect the site.

History: The coins date back to 31 BC

Roman coins issued by Mark Antony found in UK field

Archaeologists excavating the site of the former Hyderabad and Meeanee barracks have uncovered a hoard of 1,247 Roman coins from the 3rd century A.D. The coins were packed in a large pot. Another pot was found alongside of it, but it was empty; most likely the owner had cashed in its contents but kept the empty pot in place in case he needed it for future hoarding.

Archaeologists excavating the site of the former Hyderabad and Meeanee barracks have uncovered a hoard of Roman coins from the century A. The coins were packed in a large pot.

The 'Shrewsbury Hoard' - 9315 coins in a clay pot © Portable Antiquities Scheme

Shrewsbury Roman Hoard Returns to Shropshire

Roman coin hoards, such as this one recently found in the United Kingdom, point to tumultuous times and population declines.

Celtic:  Berlin Gold Hat. 1,000 - 800 BCE. A documentary about this piece speculated that this is where the modern idea of a wizard's hat comes from. Believed to have been worn by #Celtic Druids during ceremonies, and/or as the insignia of deities or priests in the context of a Sun cult that appears to have been widespread in Central Europe at the time.

30 Incredible Historic Artifacts

The Berlin Gold Hat, a Late Bronze Age artefact made of thin gold leaf. It served as the external covering on a long conical brimmed headdress, c. to 800 BC

Ancient Ireland, Scotland and England had a fantastic folk religion that has been classed as Celtic. The way into understanding these religions is through the Druids.

The Lilting Druids

Druid's temple Photo by George Hodan -- National Geographic Your Shot. Druids Temple is a folly created by William Danby in 1820 in North Yorkshire, England.

TINTAGEL Labyrinth near Cornwall, England                                                                                                                                                                                 More

TINTAGEL Labyrinth near Cornwall, England

Celtic Triskele (Triple Spiral) Stone Carving, Newgrange, Ireland ~ symbolic of the three realms: Land/Sea/Sky or the Triple Goddess (phases of womanhood): Maiden/Mother/Crone

Found in Newgrange. Celtic Triskele (Triple Spiral) Stone Carving, Newgrange, Ireland ~ symbolic of the three realms: Land/Sea/Sky or the Triple Goddess (phases of womanhood): Maiden/Mother/Crone

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