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Today at 03:09:55 PM by gash
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A First Century silver Roman coin uncovered on land in Shropshire has been declared treasure trove at an inquest.

The domitian denarius, dated 88AD, was discovered in Cockshutt by metal detectorist Alan Hughes, from Wrexham.

It has since caught the eye of experts based at the British Museum who confirmed what it was.

Shropshire coroner John Ellery told the hearing that the complete coin was among five retrieved from farmland on October 10 last year.

Continue reading – https://www.shropshirestar.com/news/local-hubs/north-shropshire/2018/09/01/first-century-silver-roman-coin-found-in-shropshire-is-declared-treasure-trove/
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September 23, 2018, 12:24:45 PM by gash
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In the year 536 CE, a volcano erupted in El Salvador.

What happened next is fiercely debated, but one hypothesis is that it lead to an extensive but short-lived climate change that was felt across the northern hemisphere.

In Northern Europe it was felt as a string of poor summers and failed harvests.



The most recent discovery was made by a pair of metal detectorists and amateur archaeologists in a field on the Danish island of Hjarnø, in Horsens Fjord. It was a spectacular discovery and an expensive one, containing more than 34 objects, 27 of which are pure gold.



Amateur archaeologist, Terese Refsgaard, alerted us to the discovery at Vejle Museums, in accordance with Danish law. And one of our first questions was whether the objects were buried together as treasure to be hidden, or whether it was intended as an offering to the gods.

Treasure is buried in a hurry to hide it during times of threat or during a turbulent situation, and is often intended to be collected again once the threat has passed. But an offering is intended to remain buried as a gift to the gods.

Read more  :  https://phys.org/news/2018-09-archaeologists-celebrate-spectacular-discovery-iron.html
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September 23, 2018, 12:19:40 PM by gash
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An archaeological dig at 13th Century Chirk Castle is trying to determine the age of Britain’s longest ancient monument.

Offa’s Dyke runs 177 miles (285km) from Chepstow to Prestatyn and takes its name from the 8th Century Anglo-Saxon king of Mercia.

It is believed Offa built the dyke as a border between his kingdom and Wales.

However, opinion is divided about the actual age of the dyke, part of which runs through the castle’s grounds.

Continue reading – https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-45592682
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