From The Telegraph: Britain’s ‘most important archeological’ discovery found in desk drawer.
Thousands of tiny gold pins which lay hidden in a desk drawer for 40 years have been described as one of Britian’s most important archeological finds.
The artifacts were part of a dagger buried with a warrior chief, near Stonehenge, nearly 4,000 years ago.
Archeologists said they were known as ‘the work of the gods’.
The pinhead-sized studs form an intricate pattern on the handle of a dagger, but archeologists failed to realise their significance when they excavated the burial mound in Wiltshire — known as Bush Barrow — in 1808.
Now they are [continue, see photo]