Amateur archeologists digging near Skrea hill outside Falkenberg have unearthed a unique artifact.
The find, a 2000-year-old bronze vessel, was uncovered at a Bronze Age grave site by members of the public who had been invited to participate in the dig.
The vessel also contained bits of charred bone, which are believed to be from humans, writes the Halland Nyheter newspaper.
Tuesday, September 09, 2008
Novices dig up rare bronze bowl in western Sweden