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    Artifacts From The Silverdale Viking Hoard Are Put On Display At The British Museum


    An employee of the British Museum examines a silver coin dating from 900 AD which is part of the Silverdale Viking Hoard




    An employee of the British Museum examines a silver coin dating from 900 AD which is part of the Silverdale Viking Hoard




    An employee of the British Museum examines a silver coin dating from 900 AD which is part of the Silverdale Viking Hoard




    An employee of the British Museum examines a silver coin dating from 900 AD which is part of the Silverdale Viking Hoard




    An employee of the British Museum examines a silver coin dating from 900 AD which is part of the Silverdale Viking Hoard


    An employee of the British Museum examines a silver coin dating from 900 AD which is part of the Silverdale Viking Hoard on December 14, 2011 in London, England. The hoard, which was discovered by local metal-detectorist Darren Webster in North Lancashire, comprises of 201 silver objects including arm-rings, coins, finger-rings, ingots, brooch fragments and fine wire braid. (Photo by Oli Scarff/Getty Images)




    An employee of the British Museum examines a silver arm-rings dating from 900 AD which are part of the Silverdale Viking Hoard




    An employee of the British Museum examines a silver arm-rings dating from 900 AD which are part of the Silverdale Viking Hoard




    An employee of the British Museum examines a silver arm-rings dating from 900 AD which are part of the Silverdale Viking Hoard




    An employee of the British Museum examines a silver arm-rings dating from 900 AD which are part of the Silverdale Viking Hoard


    An employee of the British Museum examines a silver arm-rings dating from 900 AD which are part of the Silverdale Viking Hoard on December 14, 2011 in London, England. (Photo by Oli Scarff/Getty Images)


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Artifacts From The Silverdale Viking Hoard Are Put On Display At The British Museum


An employee of the British Museum examines a silver coin dating from 900 AD which is part of the Silverdale Viking Hoard




An employee of the British Museum examines a silver coin dating from 900 AD which is part of the Silverdale Viking Hoard




An employee of the British Museum examines a silver coin dating from 900 AD which is part of the Silverdale Viking Hoard




An employee of the British Museum examines a silver coin dating from 900 AD which is part of the Silverdale Viking Hoard




An employee of the British Museum examines a silver coin dating from 900 AD which is part of the Silverdale Viking Hoard


An employee of the British Museum examines a silver coin dating from 900 AD which is part of the Silverdale Viking Hoard on December 14, 2011 in London, England. The hoard, which was discovered by local metal-detectorist Darren Webster in North Lancashire, comprises of 201 silver objects including arm-rings, coins, finger-rings, ingots, brooch fragments and fine wire braid. (Photo by Oli Scarff/Getty Images)




An employee of the British Museum examines a silver arm-rings dating from 900 AD which are part of the Silverdale Viking Hoard




An employee of the British Museum examines a silver arm-rings dating from 900 AD which are part of the Silverdale Viking Hoard




An employee of the British Museum examines a silver arm-rings dating from 900 AD which are part of the Silverdale Viking Hoard




An employee of the British Museum examines a silver arm-rings dating from 900 AD which are part of the Silverdale Viking Hoard


An employee of the British Museum examines a silver arm-rings dating from 900 AD which are part of the Silverdale Viking Hoard on December 14, 2011 in London, England. (Photo by Oli Scarff/Getty Images)


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