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

Roman saddle from Aegyptus frontier. It comes from the Qustul site in southern Egypt and is dated to the last quarter of the IV century CE. Located in the Oriental Institute Museum in Chicago, USA. [680×600]

Roman saddle from Aegyptus frontier. It comes from the Qustul site in southern Egypt and is dated to the last quarter of the IV century CE. Located in the Oriental Institute Museum in Chicago, USA. [680×600]

A Pterodactylus preserved beautifully uncrushed from the famous Solnhofen Limestone in Southern Germany. Kimmeridgian, Jurassic. Ctenochasmatoidea Photo took at the Dinosaurier Freilicht Museum, Altmühltal

A Pterodactylus preserved beautifully uncrushed from the famous Solnhofen Limestone in Southern Germany. Kimmeridgian, Jurassic. Ctenochasmatoidea Photo took at the Dinosaurier Freilicht Museum, Altmühltal

Sarcophagus lid with complex iconography, belonging to K’inich Janaab Pakal I of Palenque, Southern Mexico, 7th century Mayan [1144×1600]

Sarcophagus lid with complex iconography, belonging to K’inich Janaab Pakal I of Palenque, Southern Mexico, 7th century Mayan [1144×1600]

Boundary stone, or kudurru, records a gift of land made by Eanna-shum-iddina, governor of the Sea-Land in Southern Babylonia. The text ends with a series of curses on anyone questioning the gift or damaging the stone. Babylon 1125-1100 BCE[1482×2047]

Boundary stone, or kudurru, records a gift of land made by Eanna-shum-iddina, governor of the Sea-Land in Southern Babylonia. The text ends with a series of curses on anyone questioning the gift or damaging the stone. Babylon 1125-1100 BCE[1482×2047]