Two men who love to search for buried treasure with their metal detectors have found silver coins that were buried a a farmer’s land that are worth $15.7 million. The two men heard rumors that a farmer buried silver coins on his land in England and have searched decades for the buried treasure.
They two treasure hunters found between 30,000 and 50,000 coins, which are from the 1st century BC. The coins were believed to be buried on the land to keep Julius Caesar and his men from finding the treasure. The coins are Roman and Celtic and were under a hedge, in a tomb and under a large mound of clay.
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