The Amateur archaeologist in the company of his 13-year-old assistant to the investigated area.
On the territory of modern Germany was able to find the treasure supposedly belonging to king Harald I Bluetooth. In the millennial discovery about 600 coins, rings, brooches, necklaces, pearls.
On the German island of rügen the Amateur archaeologist in the company of his 13-year-old assistant to the investigated area, when one of them noticed something shiny in the ground that was initially mistaken for debris from the foil. As it turned out, was shining not a piece of foil, and the product of silver.
Continued excavations archeologists-professionals. On the island of rügen they managed to find over 600 coins, amulets in the shape of Thor’s hammer, brooches, necklaces, pearls and rings. All these artifacts are at least a thousand years. According to experts, engaged in excavation, was found the largest treasure trove of all that was ever found in the southern part of the Baltic sea.
Hide them on rügen could the Danish king Harald I Bluetooth about the year 983, after his escape in the year 980 in Pomerania. According to historical references, Harald and I had to flee because of the rebellion of his son, who, unlike the king-father did not want to change the pagan faith in Christian.