Archaeologists Unearthed 1,500-Year-Old Gold Treasure Beneath Pagan Temple
Archaeologists have made a remarkable discovery beneath an ancient pagan temple in Vingrom, Norway. According to the local newspaper, Dagsavisen, a trove of 35 gold pieces, dating back 1,500 years, has been unearthed at the site. These square-shaped, fingernail-sized gold pieces are intricately engraved with depictions of men and women in elaborate attires. The University of Oslo archaeologist, Nicolai Eckhoff, who participated in the excavation, shared the exciting news on Facebook, marveling at the stunning artistry and craftsmanship of these ancient treasures.