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Teenager discovers bronze age treasure in England (photos)

Teenager discovers bronze age treasure in England (photos)

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Teenager discovers bronze age treasure in England (photos)

Teenager discovers bronze age treasure in England (photos)

Millie Hardick, a 13 – year – old girl, discovered 65 artifacts in the British city of Royston, including bronze – aged ax heads … 12.05.2021, Sputnik, Brazil

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This is the third time the teenager has taken part in a treasure hunt, according to the CBC portal. Archaeologists have unearthed more than 200 artifacts in the area. In mid-November, she and her father and grandfather searched the area with a team of local treasure hunters through a metal detector. They saw a slight drop in the ground and began to dig up what appeared to be an ancient ax head. The girl’s father, a longtime archaeologist, immediately learned that they had discovered something special. Lorna Dubrey, chair of the Cambridgeshire County Green Environmental Investment Group, confirmed that about 200 items believed to belong to the Bronze Age from 3300 BC to 1200 BC were found near Royston. “Various incomplete artefacts such as double-knife ax heads and knife pieces have been added, all of which are made of copper alloy,” the president said in an email. The materials were sent to the British Museum, where experts will analyze them in detail.

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Millie Hardick, a 13-year-old girl, discovered 65 artifacts in the British city of Royston, including bronze-aged ax heads believed to date back to before 1300 BC.

According to Web Home This is the third time that a teenager has taken part in a treasure hunt on CBC. Archaeologists have unearthed more than 200 artifacts in the area.
In mid-November, she and her father and grandfather were exploring the area with a local team through a metal detector. Treasure hunters.
They saw a slight drop in the ground and began to dig up what appeared to be an ancient ax head. The girl’s father, a longtime archaeologist, immediately learned that they had discovered something special.

“A person approached us and said,‘ I was [procurando] Not discovered by metal detector 50 years ago [uma cabeça de machado]”‘, Said the young woman.

Lorna Dubrey, chair of the Cambridgeshire County Green Environmental Investment Group, confirmed that about 200 items believed to belong to the Bronze Age from 3300 BC to 1200 BC were found near Royston.

“Various incomplete artefacts such as double-knife ax heads and knife pieces have been added, all of which are made of copper alloy,” the president said in an email.

The materials were sent to the British Museum, where experts will analyze them in detail.