Medieval coins treasure discovery in England

Dear Kitty. Some blog

This video from England says about itself:

Saxon Pennies Hoard, Lenborough, Bucks Dec 2014

23 December 2014

I was fortunate to witness the uncovering of this jaw dropping magnificent hoard found in Lenborough last Sunday. A dig run by Weekend Wanderers. I managed to film the first couple of hours on my phone before the battery packed in. The pennies of Athelred 11 and Cnut seem to have been buried in a lead bucket and number over 3000. This is probably one of the largest hoards of Anglo-Saxon coinage known in this country! Added some stills at the end. Unbelievable!

From Ancient Origins:

1 January, 2015 – 22:17

Hoard of 5,000 Anglo Saxon coins worth over $1.5 million discovered by metal detectorists on Christmas dig

Amateur treasure hunters struck it rich when they unearthed a massive hoard of more than 5,000 silver coins during a Christmas gathering on…

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