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Treasure Targeting in Cheshire: Archaeologists Silent

BBC numpty, 'Cheshire treasure hunter finds rare Roman pendant ', 30 September 2016An amateur treasure hunter has found a rare 2,000-year-old Roman pendant in a field in a Cheshire village. Luke Sansom was searching with a metal detector in Farndon, near Chester, when he stumbled across the silver piece.Somebody tells the people at the BBC what a metal detector is used for on archaeological sites.
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