Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery based Duncan Slarke of the Portable Antiquities Scheme was the first archaeologist to see the hoard.
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Entry to BMAG is free – so make sure you don’t miss the exhibition.
Come along this weekend and you can also see the fabulous Matthew Boulton exhibition (on display until Sept 27)
I’d love to take my son to see the treasure – he is doing a project at school on the Anglo-Saxons and this would be fantastic way for him to learn about history up close.Can you tell me how it costs to visit the museum? Thanks
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