Millie Hardwicke is a 13-year-old girl who lives in Suffolk (UK) and has With the metal detector he found an arsenal of “unique” axes It dates back to 1300 BC. The young woman, who is currently studying the equivalent of a second year at ESO in Spain, aroused the envy of those who go “gold hunting” on a weekly basis.
In a few digs, People said “Oh my God he’s here, let’s go home”“, Tell Suffolk Live Claire, mother of the discovery’s author. The girl allowed the discovery of Bronze Age weapons in a field near Royston. A team of archaeologists later excavated a total of 65 objects.
“Millie Hardwicke was looking for buried treasure in a field in Hertfordshire, England, when her metal detector buzzed… In fact, Hardwicke found a collection of 65 axes and Bronze Age axes dating back to around 1300 BC.” Tweet embed
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“A lot of people said it was a unique find,” says the woman. Other metal detectors They are very happy with what he didMillie is currently considered a “famous” amongst fans. In addition, she was featured on the cover of “The Searcher”, a magazine that specializes in the results obtained using this tool.
Adolescence revealed itself What treatment do you receive from ordinary people. “Last Sunday when we went out, someone stopped and looked at me and said, ‘Was it you who found the treasure axes?’ The young woman also explained that “another person approached me and did the same.”
Millie Hardwicke, 13, discovered a ‘once in a lifetime’ hoard of Bronze Age axes and blades in a field near Royston in Hertfordshire in September
The excavation, organized by the Woburn Detecting Store, called archaeologists to the site, and there were 65 artifacts dating back to 1300 BC. pic.twitter.com/VfoBxClU4r
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Although it seems surprising, the student He makes discoveries “every time” venturing into the fields of East Anglia with his father. The 51-year-old has been discovering minerals for four years. “Whenever I go out, I find things,” Millie says. Little Hardwick previously found a “gold-plated button and Queen Elizabeth coin”.
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