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Gold Collar. 800-700 BC. National Museum of Ireland. No wonder the Vikings came looking for gold...

Gold Collar. 800-700 BC. National Museum of Ireland. No wonder the Vikings came looking for gold...

CELTIC ORNAMENT 3RD BCE-1ST CE Enamelled ornamental piece from a horse harness British Museum, London, Great Britain

CELTIC ORNAMENT 3RD BCE-1ST CE Enamelled ornamental piece from a horse harness British Museum, London, Great Britain

Necklace of gold leaf from Ur, Iraq

Necklace of gold leaf from Ur, Iraq

Gold Armband with Herakles Knot  Hellenistic Greece, 3rd-2nd century BC, Gold with enamel, emerald, and garnets

Gold Armband with Herakles Knot Hellenistic Greece, 3rd-2nd century BC, Gold with enamel, emerald, and garnets

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A solid gold necklace is to go on show for the first time in the town where it lay undiscovered for 2,000 years. Found in 2005 in Newark, Nottinghamshire, the torc dates back to 250BC & is made with 150ft (45m) of gold wire. Said to be one of the most significant pieces of Celtic artwork found in northern Europe.

Gold Iron Age torc returns to town

A solid gold necklace is to go on show for the first time in the town where it lay undiscovered for 2,000 years. Found in 2005 in Newark, Nottinghamshire, the torc dates back to 250BC & is made with 150ft (45m) of gold wire. Said to be one of the most significant pieces of Celtic artwork found in northern Europe.

Viking Necklace Discovered in Glencurran Cave:  In April 2010 excavations by Dr Marion Dowd at Glencurran Cave, the Burren National Park (Ireland), led to a stunning discovery: a unique Viking necklace estimated to be 1,150-year-old. Necklaces dating to the Viking Age that have been found previously, usually had five to six glass beads, but this one has 71 beads covered with gold foil.

Viking Necklace Discovered in Glencurran Cave: In April 2010 excavations by Dr Marion Dowd at Glencurran Cave, the Burren National Park (Ireland), led to a stunning discovery: a unique Viking necklace estimated to be 1,150-year-old. Necklaces dating to the Viking Age that have been found previously, usually had five to six glass beads, but this one has 71 beads covered with gold foil.

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Clonmacnoise Crozier, County Offaly, Viking Age (wood wrapped in sheet bronze with inlaid silver), Celtic, (11th century) / National Museum of Ireland, Dublin, Ireland

Clonmacnoise Crozier, County Offaly, Viking Age (wood wrapped in sheet bronze with inlaid silver), Celtic, (11th century) / National Museum of Ireland, Dublin, Ireland

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