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Treasure hunter finds a gold storehouse buried by an Iron Age chief

An amateur treasure hunter wielding a metal detector has discovered a stunning gold storehouse buried by an Iron Age chief in what is now Denmark in the 6th century. Hidden areas include gorgeous jewelery, Roman coins, and ornaments depicting Scandinavian gods.

Treasure hunter Ole Ginnerup Schytz discovered an Iron Age storehouse on land owned by one of his former classmates in the town of Winderev and named it “Vinderev Storehouse”. Within hours of exploring the area with a newly obtained metal detector, Sitz heard a clear beep of potential treasure. A representative of the Vejle Museum turned out to be one of the “largest, richest and most beautiful gold treasures in Danish history”. statement Released on September 9th.

Treasure hunter finds a gold storehouse buried by an Iron Age chief

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