OakRidgePrimitives (el 19/05/13 a las 10:07 am)
mo talic (el 13/05/13 a las 10:05 pm)
they ripped him off thats worth at least 20mill if not more
Rayzer2368 (el 11/05/13 a las 6:11 pm)
I thought they said in the video that the man who found it and the farmer who owned the land split 3.285 million pounds (a little over $5 million USD) and that the museum had 30 weeks to raise the money to pay them if they wanted it. But I do think that is a conflict of interest for them to decide what the find is worth. My bet is that it's worth way more than that. Still, not a bad return on his investment of time and his metal detector.
honey badger (el 03/05/13 a las 6:26 am)
thats what i was thinkin
Drew Cody (el 30/04/13 a las 10:26 pm)
The man who discovered the gold is an honest and noble person to let the government come in and take it all from him. He should be compensated the value of the gold for his contribution to the country. Not fuked over and left empty handed. Fuk UK government for not paying him for the find.
RanDee97 (el 30/04/13 a las 6:41 am)
I do believe so,just like what the Spanish Conquestadores did to my country's treasures and historical artifacts
eddie bagodonuts (el 29/04/13 a las 10:04 pm)
mm615 (el 18/04/13 a las 4:50 am)
Id say its been there a while. It was probably buried together but years of plowing and farming activity had spread it out over a larger area.
tine gabrovec (el 17/04/13 a las 5:26 pm)
if i found id keep that :D
Clarence Smith (el 15/04/13 a las 12:50 am)
From this documentary I have surmised that this gold was not placed here by the Anglo Saxon's. In fact it is my belief that this was an act of disrespect by the Christians. The gold was not found in a bag or in one pile it was spread over a wide area. This gold was used for what the Christians would have called a pagan god or worship and wanted nothing to do with it and scattered it as trash.