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Real-life pot o' gold discovered during Dutch construction project
by Laura Geggel, Senior Writer
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15 March 2018
On 15 March 2018 LiveScience reported:
Utility workers in the Netherlands stumbled across a centuries-old pot of gold earlier this month while laying down new pipes, according to news reports. The remarkable find includes 500 coins -- 12 of them gold and the rest silver -- dating to the 15th century, which were nestled inside of a glazed, earthenware cooking pot, according to the NL Times.
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The artistry on the coins may also help researchers learn more about the Burgundian Netherlands, a collection of fiefdoms that included parts of modern-day Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, and northern France that were ruled by the dukes of Burgundy, an ancient lineage of French nobility with deep ties to France's royal family. The Burgundian Netherlands existed from 1384 to 1477.
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