Sketch of a pharoh, Egypt 1295–1069 BCE. Object shows how the preliminary outline was done in red pigment, then corrected, and finished in black. These sketches were the work of two craftsmen, a draftsman and a master artist.[2118×3000]

Sketch of a pharoh, Egypt 1295–1069 BCE. Object shows how the preliminary outline was done in red pigment, then corrected, and finished in black. These sketches were the work of two craftsmen, a draftsman and a master artist.[2118×3000]

A beautiful hit detector in southern England – 42-year-old Lisa Grace found this beautiful medieval gold pin, which is very similar to the one depicted by King Edward IV (photo in the commentary) Preliminary valuation of a valuable find – between 10,000 and 15,000 pounds [634×589]

A beautiful hit detector in southern England – 42-year-old Lisa Grace found this beautiful medieval gold pin, which is very similar to the one depicted by King Edward IV (photo in the commentary) Preliminary valuation of a valuable find –… Continue Reading