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Swedish cartographer who found a 2,500-year-old treasure

Swedish cartographer who found a 2,500-year-old treasure

A Swedish cartographer has found Bronze Age jewelry believed to be 2,500 years old during a forest survey. There are fifty items in this priceless treasure, including necklaces, bracelets, and pins.

“At first I thought it was a lamp, but when I looked closely, I thought it was jewelry,” says cartographer Thomas Carlson.

Swedish archaeologists say the discovery of such a deposit is unusual.

In the old days, the tribes used to leave such items in the river banks or wet plains. This collection of old-fashioned jewelry was lying on the ground near a rock.

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