Irish farmer uncovers four gold Bronze Age rings while digging drain — The Archaeology News Network

A County Donegal farmer has uncovered a quantity of gold which Ireland’s National Museum believes could be of archaeological significance. The gold rings may have served as a kind of ancient currency [Credit: Donegal County Museum]Norman Witherow was digging a drain on land near Convoy close to the Donegal-Derry border when he found four gold…

via Irish farmer uncovers four gold Bronze Age rings while digging drain — The Archaeology News Network

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