The field of gold: How jobless treasure hunter unearthed greatest ever haul of Saxon artefacts with £2.50 metal detector 163 View comments It will revolutionise our understanding of the Dark Ages, bring delight to millions and make two men very rich indeed. Archaeologists yesterday unveiled the largest and most valuable hoard of Saxon gold in history – 1,500 pieces of treasure unearthed from a farmer’s field by a man with a metal detector. The.
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