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15th-Century Pot of Gold (and Silver) Found in the Netherlands
by Brigit Katz
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16 March 2018
On 16 March 2018 Smithsonian.com reported:
While digging in Hoef en Haag, a town in central Netherlands, waterworks employees recently unearthed a remarkable archaeological relic: a centuries-old pot filled with hundreds of gold and silver coins. ...As Janene Pieters reports for the NL Times, experts are nevertheless excited by the discovery, which they hope will shed light on a little-known period in the area's history.
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At the time when the coins were in circulation, the Netherlands and Belgium were ruled by the Dukes of Burgundy, a French noble family. ...
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