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Offline MrSimpsonTopic starter
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« on: July 29, 2009, 06:28:39 am »
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... i hope that this is the correct word for it in english ?

I made this find in the cold February but we had not so much snow this year so it was no problem to go out for a hunt.

Needles with this spherically head ar dated in the period end of the early - begining of the middle bronze time ( 1600 - 1500 BC )

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fascinating find!

thanks for sharing!

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