Ancient Origins claims that the fortunate man initially believed he had found… a pile of “wаѕte.”But he made the deсіѕіoп, in accordance with the law, to аɩeгt the authorities.
One of the antiques brought up from the ” treasure ” – Photo: Mikael Agaton/Mats Hellgren
A team of historians and archaeologists from the Department of Cultural Management and Development and the University of Gothenburg (Sweden) took over the scene, determining that what Mr. Karlsson found was a Bronze Age treasure.
One of the strange jewelry items – Photo: Mikael Agaton
The jewelry in this treasure trove dates back 5-7 centuries, is exquisitely crafted with good materials so it still looks very beautiful, so has extremely high value, according to BBC.
“Most of the items are made of bronze, related to a woman of high status” – said Professor Johan Ling from the University of Gothenburg.
The forest where the treasure was discovered – Photo: Johana Lega
The treasure includes many exquisite necklaces, necklaces, pins, decorative objects… made by famous jewelers of ancient Scandinavia. They were buried deep in the soil, in a gap between two large rocks, but when Mr. Karlsson discovered it, it had been partially dug up, possibly by wild animals.