May News Digest
Here is our May News Digest to help keep you well informed about current events and topics going on around the world and at Rosland Capital.
- A medieval cemetery was found underneath a Berlin car park that shed light into the early residents that once lived there. Silver coins and accessories suggested there were people of high status and other skeletons found showed signs of conflict and disease. Read more.
- A new Australian palladium source discovered near Perth could open the door for consumers and their urgent demand for precious metals. Read more.
- 60 engraved silver metal cubes traditionally used in Hindu fortune telling were found in River Sowe in central England. No one knows how old they are and how they got to England. Read more.
- Read more about one of America's first coins released, the 1793 Flowing Hair Cent.
- Archaeologist make a breakthrough discovery of 2,000 year old Roman shipwreck remains that redefined history. Read more.
- More than 19,000 stolen artifacts have been recovered in a coordinated international crackdown on illegal artifact tracking. Read more.
- Ancient coin from 132 and 136 AD has been found that is tied to the Jewish rebellion against Romans in Jerusalem. Read more.
- A "Crazy Coin" activity pack hs been released by the council of the Isle of Wight in an aim to help families learn about ancient Roman currencies that were found across the island. Read more.
- Chinese archaeologies recently uncover 10,000 extremely rare relics from the Ming Battlefield including an extremely rare gold imperial seal. Read more.
- A woman in England unearths a 500 year old coin in her backyard. Read more.
- A 1,000 year old Bible discovered in Turkey contains images made from gold leaves and may be the earliest depiction of Jesus Christ. Read more.
- Rare Etruscan Tomb of Treasures excavated in Corsica recovers Etruscan artifacts that include a pair of gold earrings and two copper and gold alloy finger rings. Read more.