Insane Treasures Discovered Around the World

Insane Treasures Discovered Around the World



you could find a treasure worth millions if you haven't already click that subscribe button to become part of the DTR family and that little bell icon so that you are notified when we post new videos number 13 groove ill hoard in june 2012 two metal detectorists reg meade and richard miles were on a search of some valuable treasure while surveying the groove alaria one of the twelve parishes in east jersey the pair came across a hoard which consisted of around seventy thousand coins these coins belong to the curiosity try from around 50 to 60 BC Medan miles worth searching for this extremely valuable hoard since the early 1980s in addition to jewelry and coins the hoard included large quantities of Iron Age and Roman pottery items and expert on celtic coins has suggested at this hoard might be somewhere around 7 million euro to 14 million euro in value if you wish to see these marvelous coins did you have to visit Bella Hogue by museum in gravel jersey number 12 the bacterium gold another one of the most expensive discoveries in the history of the world was made at Tilia Tepe or the Golden Hill in joust Ron province in Afghanistan in 1978 a Russian archaeologist Viktor Sara Noddy accompanied by his team discovered 21 thousand pieces of Bactrian gold the hoard dated back to around the 1st century BCE it had a wide variety of gold necklaces belts medallions and crowns unfortunately during wartime this precious terror went missing it was later found in 2003 some of these coins had references to Indian and Buddhist culture as for the orders of Mohammad Najibullah ex-president of Afghanistan the bactrian gold was kept at Central Bank of Afghanistan in an underground vault the keys to this vault were only made available to five trustworthy individuals eleven dairy naplan horde in February 1980 in dairy NAPLAN in the town of Lugo a father-son duo stumbled upon a significant hoard it was an early church treasure which included dairy novel and chalice a small plate and a few other items interestingly the finders who were entitled to a reward made a hard and long fight before getting what they deserve initially the duo reported the treasure to an archaeologist who recommended them to take the hoard to the National Museum of Ireland after several rulings by the High Court in late 1987 Michael Webb and his son received an award of 50,000 euro the hoard belonged to the 8th or 9th century it is thought that the hoard was hidden back in the 10th or 12th century because of the Viking reigns number 10 the pan Agora sh t treasure three brothers named Pavel Petrovich LD cop are credited for the remarkable discovery of panagra sh t treasure the siblings worked at a tile factory when in December 1949 they made this accidental discovery the treasure was created back in 400 BC to 300 BC by the indo-european tribes or the treshon plain around 60 kilograms the treasure included a Fjell anamorphic Triana Koya and four write-ins fel is a shallow metallic full and m4a as a container and on taquoia is a wine jug and a right is a conical container used for storing and pouring fluids all of these items were made up of 24 karat gold legend says that the treasure was used for ceremonies by sous the third who is a tricky and ruler it was during the invasions of the fourth century that the pan agustí treasure was kept in secrecy nine Staffordshire hoard considered as the largest hoard of anglo-saxon gold and silver Staffordshire hoard includes more than 3500 items the gold jewelry items had a weight of 5.1 kilograms whereas the silver items weighed around 1.4 kilograms the hoard dates back to sixth or seventh century the majority of the items present in the Horde are military-related including gold swords crosses and sword thermals interestingly there was a small strip of gold inscribed with biblical quotations archeologists linked the inscription with Viking invasions what makes this horde so different from others is its amazing quality from the swords to jewelry items everything is designed with the extreme detail the initial excavation of the Staffordshire hoard took place in July 2009 by a metal detectorists in the hammer switch area in Staffordshire two hundred and forty four gold objects were retrieved as a result of the initial excavation number eight boot of portes known as the largest golden nugget discovered to date the Buddha Cortez is three hundred and eighty nine point four troy ounces in terms of its weight in 1989 an individual from Sonora Mexico went on a mission to make a huge discovery with the help of his cheap metal detector for days he didn't have any luck eventually he discovered what is known as the largest golden nugget in the Western Hemisphere the name of the nugget comes from the fact that it resembles a Spanish boot archaeologists provide that it consists of pure gold which makes it one of the finest golden nuggets present out there it's rich yellow color also indicates towards its high purity in 2004 the Buddha Cortez was exhibited at the Tucson Gem & Mineral Show number seven the Sirota treasure belonging to the 14th century the schroeder treasure consisted of three thousand silver coin a gold crown tree decorated rings two gold pendants and several gold coins in June 1985 construction workers were working at a demolished telephone exchange building in the town of Sirota in Poland found thousands of gold and silver coins initially no archaeological study was done in the area later in 1988 when more artifacts were discovered archaeologists began to work on the site and then the government planned on retrieving any missing items King Charles the fourth of the house of Luxembourg was the rightful owner of this treasure it can be viewed at the regional Museum and strode Alaska where it is displayed publicly a big thank you to all you guys who leave comments for today's video we are giving a shout out to bored badger number six the cure Dale hoard considered as one of the largest silver hoards that belonged to the Vikings cure Dale hoard included over eighty six hundred items in may 1840 these items were found at the bank of river rubble located in Lincolnshire England at that time construction workers who were repairing the river embankment came across this treasure it was enclosed in a leadbox and during excavation each worker was able to secure a coin for themselves to cure Dale hoard contains silver coins jewelry packs silver and ingots today most of it is preserved in the British Museum in London and a smaller part of this hoard is displayed at Asheville lien Museum Oxford number five Black Swan project Odyssey Marine Exploration Inc is a Florida treasure hunting company that found an excavated around five hundred billion dollars worth of coins free ocean floor in 2007 the details of this project named Black Swan project were initially kept confidential it is one of the most controversial discoveries made in the recent decade as soon as the hoard was discovered it was shipped to us by Odyssey and the shipment alone cost the firm around 2.6 million dollars while the story was unravelling Spanish government stepped in with his claim that the artifacts belong to Spain and were transported on Spanish frigate nuestra senora de las mercedes in 1804 this led to a lawsuit against the Odyssey which lost the case and had to pay 1 million dollars to the Spanish government or say Caesarea sunken treasure in 2016 to diverge from Ronna were diving off Caesarea hosted Israel discovered the biggest ancient Roman treasure as for Israel Antiquities Authority the treasure was placed in a large sunken merchant ship the metal anchors from the boat pointed out that the captain tried stop the ship from getting caught in the storm this site was further excavated by IAA divers the treasure included bronze statues oil lamps and gold coins that dated back to the 11th century CE II because these artifact were preserved under the seabed they were in excellent condition at the time of discovery currently the treasure is prepared for conservation it is held by IAA three hand of faith the world's largest gold nugget aka hand of faith was discovered in September 1980 by metal detectorists named kevin hillier it weighed around 27 kilograms it was found in a standing position only 12 inches under the surface in victoria australia kevin sold this unique nugget to a famous casino in las vegas nevada he sold it for around 1 million dollars the hand of faith is currently on display at the hotel of this casino the Nugget is protected by glass and is constantly monitored by security cameras it is also known to be the second largest golden nugget that is discovered in Australia to the Hawks no hoard in November 1992 Eric laws used his metal detector in order to find the largest hoard that consisted of thousands of silver and gold coins from the Roman Empire it was located near the village of Hockney in the Suffolk County Council England the value of this expensive hoard was initially calculated in 1993 by the treasure trove reviewing committee according to this committee the hawks me hoard was worth 1.75 million euro in addition to gold and silver coins the hoard included silver spoons pepper pot silver lock jewelry items at around 25 bronze coins this marvelous discovery can be viewed at the British Museum in London where it is permanently displayed since 1994 number one Pringle mere cup in the wrinkled mare borrow in the English county of Kent mr. cliff Bradshaw made a wonderful discovery using his metal detector back in November of 2001 he found a Bronze Age vessel which later became known as wrinkle mere gold cuff a single piece of gold was hammered in order to create the structure of the cup in 1700 of 1500 BC although the cup got damaged during excavation it was still able to retain its height of 14 centimeters according to archaeologists the wrinkled Muir cup was not placed with a dead body but rather it was an object of religious offering similar shaped cups were also found from different parts of Britain thanks for watching coming up next most mysterious ancient tomb discoveries manitous tomb 238 square miles and filling it with all the luxuries he enjoyed in life that he also wanted with him in the afterlife that included a terracotta army to provide protection to him after his demise King Jiang also constructed a labyrinth of secret tunnels running beneath his two hundred palaces to travel safely

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