Pieces of Roman treasure discovered by metal detectorists 42 years ago have gone on display “a short walk” from where they were found.
The discovery at Thetford in Norfolk included 44 pieces of jewellery and 33 silver spoons from the 4th Century.
Ancient House Museum curator Oliver Bone chose “11 of the best and most interesting” items for the exhibition.
They include a “gaudy, blingy” ring and a gold belt buckle with a satyr design.
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