Snettisham Hoard
0°30′31″E / 52.881977°N 0.508712°E / 52.881977; 0.508712The Snettisham Hoard or Snettisham Treasure is a series of discoveries of Iron Age precious metal, found in the Snettis...
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Silsden Hoard
The Silsden Hoard is an assemblage containing 27 gold coins of late British Iron Age date and a Roman iron finger ring.
The hoard was discovered in 1998 by Jeff Walbank using a metal detector in a...
Winchester Hoard
1°19′45″W / 51.060386°N 1.329201°W / 51.060386; -1.329201The Winchester Hoard is a hoard of Iron Age gold found in a field in the Winchester area of Hampshire, England, in 200...
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Hallaton Treasure
The Hallaton Treasure, the largest hoard of British Iron Age coins, was discovered in 2000 near Hallaton in southeast Leicestershire, England, by volunteers from the Hallaton Fieldwork Group. The ini...
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Wickham Market Hoard
1°22′01″E / 52.15°N 1.367°E / 52.15; 1.367The Wickham Market Hoard is a hoard of 840 Iron Age gold staters found in a field at Dallinghoo near Wickham Market, Suffolk, England...
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Newark Torc
0°50′04″W / 53.080827°N 0.834374°W / 53.080827; -0.834374The Newark Torc is a complete Iron Age gold alloy torc found by a metal detectorist on the outskirts of Newark-on-Tren...
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Sedgeford Torc
0°32′45″E / 52.903467°N 0.545698°E / 52.903467; 0.545698The Sedgeford Torc is a broken Iron Age gold torc found near the village of Sedgeford in Norfolk. The main part of th...
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Ipswich Hoard
1°06′24″E / 52.025089°N 1.106694°E / 52.025089; 1.106694There are two notable Ipswich Hoards. The first was a hoard of Anglo-Saxon coins discovered in 1863. The second was a h...
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