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Fun read about Viking treasure

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    Definitely! The War Office has taken over the Wakefield branch of the company she works for (in a relatively non violent way of course.....) so I hope it will give me the chance to spend more time in the area.

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    Just call me when you are coming up Adrian

    How about this for a helmet guys, also in the Yorkshire museum!

    Yorkshire Museum and Gardens - View Collection

    There is also a 6th Century Greek helmet on display

    Nick
    "In all my years as a soldier, I have never seen men fight so hard." - SS Obergruppenfuhrer Wilhelm Bittrich - Arnhem

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    You guys are lucky to live so close. I find these stories fascinating.
    Ancient items seem to give off an energy of their own.

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    Hi Great story about the finding of the helmet can you imagine finding one of those, i only collect ww1/2 items and weapons, the only roman stuff i have are coins in a bag somewhere here.
    But a helmets are something rare.
    dave.

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    Quote by Panzer 3 View Post
    Hi Great story about the finding of the helmet can you imagine finding one of those, i only collect ww1/2 items and weapons, the only roman stuff i have are coins in a bag somewhere here.
    But a helmets are something rare.
    dave.
    I liked the helmet story also. It is amazing how well it has been perserved in the earth. I can imagine how impressive it would have appeared when worn.

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