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December 24, 2018

Late Bronze Age Gold Bulla


Discovered in the Shropshire Marshes and dated at 3,500 years old, circa 1500 BCE.

From the Guardian:

It is only the second bronze age gold bulla ever found in England.

The other one, found in the 18th century during canal digging in Manchester, was lost so "we hope that it might come out of the woodwork now," said Wilkin. "If it looked like this, someone could easily have thought it was a modern object because it is so beautiful, so pretty."

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