Dogs and Treasure framework of the 1st century found
London: British researchers found a dog skeleton was two thousand years buried with treasure, five thousand gold coins and silver, along with the ornaments of ancient Roman times, on Thursday (27 / 1). This amazing discovery made in the Bronze Age excavation site, in rural England.
Researchers from the University of Leicester argues, retriever type dog was killed to keep the nation's property Corieltauv, who live in Ingrris before the Roman occupation. It is estimated that, they buried the dog in the year 1 AD to 50 AD, his spirit can keep their valuables .. Vicki Score, one of the researchers, said, "Framework for thousands of years was found in a pit near the entrance. We believe the dog was assigned to guard the treasure of their nation, is an honor for these dogs."
Dog skeleton and its treasures will be exhibited in a museum in England. Currently, researchers are still searching for relics, or other historical witness.
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