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A 7th century Swedish helmet. Found in Vendel, Uppland, this stunning helmet once belonged to a man who presumably played an eminent role in Uppland’s political sphere during the 7th century. The bronze crest of this helmet is in the shape of a dragon or bird.

‘The helmet is found in Vendel, Uppland. It is a crested helmet with a high bronze crest in the shape of a bird or a dragon. Once it belonged to a man from a powerful dynasty, dated to the century. He was buried in a boat with his valuable.

This helmet was discovered in a ship burial from Valsgarde in Sweden, c. 7th century AD

‘Sigurd’s Helmet.’ An artifact found in a pre-Viking gravesite in Sweden, it represents the mortal hero Sigurd (from the Volsunga saga from Iceland, but also known as Siegfried), a favorite of Odin and a great warrior.

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While digging to put in electrical wires near Bulgaria’s Black Sea resort, a lost civilization was found that predates most well known civilizations in Egypt, Mesopotamia. This was a grave found dating to 5000 BC. The gold artefacts were older and richer than any others ever discovered anywhere. Read more about it

Varna Necropolis, 4500 - 4000 BC, Varna, Bulgaria Gold beads have been excavated in Dimitra in eastern Macedonia and are claimed to be from 5500 to 5250 B. If confirmed they could be some of the earliest gold objects yet discovered (Betancourt

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