Former British soldier discovered a 1800-year-old brooch with the help of metal detectors. The Roman-era horse brooch was recovered from a village in Lincolnshire, County of England.
Former British soldier Jason Rice was searching various items with the help of a metal detector in the village of Lexingham, which is when he found the brooch, which is 1800 years old.
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The brooch is similar to horse and weighing 8 ounces and 5 cm in length.
Archaeologists said that a horse like brooch was made when the Roman kings ruled over Britain. Be clear Women use brooch as a pin in their hair and scarf and, The normal scarf is worn with a simple pin, while the scarves used at the event are best made with ‘brooch’.