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A medieval reliquary and a piece of a bronze cross have been found at the ruins of a monastery from the 11th-12th century located near the town of Dobromirtsi in Bulgaria's southernmost municipality Kirkovo.
The reliquary probably contained relics of a Christian saint during the Middle Ages but has been found empty.
At just 6 cm in diameter, this little buckle is causing quite a stir in archaeological circles.
The small gilt bronze buckle once held a petticoat together and was buried between 900 and 1,000 years ago with its female owner in a Viking grave in west Denmark.
It is a rare find for Denmark, as the buckle appears to have come from Scotland or Ireland...Here is the link for the rest of that story.
A cool front came through and the wind picked up. I heard the waves are up but haven't been out to see how much.