Suddenly owning a prehistoric treasure more than 9,000 years old ​

Perfectly close to the land to build a house, a group of lucky employees found a legendary 9,000-year-old treasure.
To prepare for a new housing project in the area around the famous ancient Rhuddlan castle in Denbighshire, Wales, a group of employees conducted a land survey and unexpectedly discovered 314 artifacts in extremely good condition. dating from 9,220 to 9,280 years old.

Before that, many people suspected that the land might contain valuable antiques, but they did not think they would find such a treasure trove of ancient objects.

It is known that this special treasure is not gold, silver or precious stones but a series of tools of Stone Age hunters, crafted from flint and a form of hard sedimentary rock formed by quartz crystals. Older brother. However, with the age and diversity of artifacts, it is a highly valuable archaeological treasure.

This discovery is second only to the great archaeological site of Nab Head, also in Wales, where up to 12,000 pieces of Paleolithic flint were discovered. The local government has issued a detailed plan to ensure that housing construction above will not affect any archaeological treasures.

Almost all of us have mentioned treasure because in reality there are many treasures hidden for many reasons that have been found one after another. Some people have found the treasure and become the luckiest people in the world.

In 1985, during the demolition of an old house in the city of Wroclaw, Poland. The homeowner discovered an extremely valuable treasure. These include 3 crowns made of gold and precious stones, gold coins minted in the 14th century with a value of up to 150 million USD (3,300 billion VND).

In 2012, an American salvage company participated in the salvage of a ship that sank during World War II near the coast of Ireland.

This event caused a stir because of the 48 tons of silver on board, with an estimated value of about 3.8 billion USD. After the rescue company found it, the silver was not returned to England, because the origin could not be proven.

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