Oldest reference to Norse god Odin found in Danish treasure by James Brooks.

July 31, 2023

The inscription ‘He is Odin’s man’ is seen in a round half circle over the head of a figure on a golden bracteate unearthed in Vindelev, Denmark in late 2020. Scientists have identified the oldest-known reference to the Norse god Odin on a gold disc…Read More

Gold jewelry from the time of Nefertiti found in Bronze Age tombs in Cyprus by University of Gothenburg.

July 17, 2023

Egyptian lotus jewelry with inlaid stones (ca. 1350 BCE).“Comparisons with other finds from Egypt show that most of the objects are from the time of Nefertiti and her husband . Archaeologists from the University of Gothenburg have concluded an excavation of two tombs in the…Read More

CSIRO scientist discovers natural ‘invisible’ gold.

July 6, 2023

The search for these natural but ‘invisible’ nanoparticles is important. If they can be proved to exist, the knowledge will help give us a deeper understanding of how gold can be transported and deposited by geological processes, and therefore help explorers to find new gold…Read More

Gold from Troy, Poliochni and Ur found to have the same origin by Universitaet Tübingen.

June 6, 2023

Hair ornaments, a pin, necklaces and a torque, were among the total 26 gold objects that have been studied by the international team of researchers. The gold in objects from Troy, Poliochni (a settlement on the island of Lemnos which lies roughly 60 kilometers away…Read More