• Irelands Treasures Uncovered

    Ireland's Treasures Uncovered tells the story of the iconic Irish artefacts that have helped to shape and create modern Ireland, both north and south. This reveals the surprising tales behind treasures such as the Tara Broach, the Broighter Hoard, the Waterford Charter Roll and others, revealing new stories behind the artefacts that we thought we knew. It also reveals the most recent astounding finds that are adding to the list of Ireland's Treasures. Using key access to Ireland's two largest museums, in Belfast and Dublin, IT brings together archaeologists and curators who have spent their lives working to understand the true context for these emblematic treasures.

    published: 18 Feb 2016
  • Treasure Ireland Documentary

    Videos, daily editorial and more https://goo.gl/X1JVvF Like on Facebook https://goo.gl/qtCRX9

    published: 17 Feb 2017
  • 13 Shocking Discoveries Made In Ireland

    From an ancient necklace that was once worn by a king to an amazing artifact found by chance these discoveries are incredible! Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr 8. Linn Duachaill Discovered in 2010 near the village of Annagassan in County Louth, this Viking settlement village was built in 841 around the same time as the settlement Dubh Linn, or Dublin. The site was used to build and repair ships before eventually being abandoned in favor of Dublin. The find is evidence of one of the earliest settlements of Vikings in Ireland and it’s estimated that at it’s height the village contained five thousand Vikings with up to 200 ships. 7. Ireland’s Oldest Burials An excavation near the River Shannon in Hermitage, Co. Limerick uncovered two early Mesolithic burials that are the earlie...

    published: 09 Sep 2016
  • unusual 1969 Foreign Coin Find - Bank Teller Treasure

    The ten pence (10p) (Irish: deich pingin) coin was a subdivision of the Irish pound. It was used in the Republic of Ireland from 1969 to 2002 with its last minting issue in 2000. check out more about this coin on wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ten_pence_(Irish_coin) COIN ROLL HUNTING PLAYLIST https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLT8JfMITSyWY9sO_FxcUEAD8oqV_O0MlM MY BEST COIN ROLL HUNTING FINDS https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLT8JfMITSyWYCQeImKjUZBAzmdiGUioBs CURRENCY COLLECTING PLAYLIST https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLT8JfMITSyWaQT74oYfpaFSR_8mJzYQ00 METAL DETECTING at PLAYGROUNDS with GARRETT ACE 350 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLT8JfMITSyWYWjZrdGKcjQQQpQ6K1hCKz FOREIGN COIN FINDS https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLT8JfMITSyWaCO8_lGrFumrbhP8x...

    published: 06 Jan 2016
  • Celtic Treasure: 1 HOUR Sleep Music of Ireland, Celtic Harp Soundscapes

    ► Get your full album copy on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/celtic-treasure-music-ireland-celtic-harp-soundscapes/id1200722673 ► Join my website http://meditationrelaxclub.com Irish Harp Music and Relaxing Songs Pure Background for Relaxation, Meditation and Sleep, Traditional Celtic Harp Music for Restful Sleep ► SleepMusicRelaxZone is part of Meditation Relax Club group and it's your free relaxation YouTube channel for relaxing sleep music. The best relaxation tube provides you new age soothing music to help you sleep as sleeping music with delta brain waves, zen meditation music, pregnancy music for mothers and babies and a special section for pet therapy with music for pets. Relax your mind and join SleepMusicRelaxZone

    published: 27 Feb 2017
  • Amateur treasure hunter uncovers £1m Viking hoard

    A hoard of Viking treasure has been unearthed by a metal-detecting enthusiast in one of the most significant finds of its kind ever made in Scotland. More than 100 objects, some of them made of gold, were discovered on church land at an undisclosed location in Dumfries and Galloway, and is believed to be worth approximately £1m. The "historically significant" find was made by Derek McLennan, 47, a committed metal detectorist who had been searching the area for the last year. The rich hoard of artefacts, many of which are unique, includes some of Carolingian (west European) and Irish origin. The material comprises many silver ingots, armbands and brooches, as well as several gold objects, Scotland's Treasure Trove Unit announced. The hoard also includes a complete metal vessel containin...

    published: 13 Oct 2014
  • SEARCHING FOR RIVER TREASURE!

    In this video I swim around the river looking for cool stuff! Episode 2: https://youtu.be/2LVCaOxp6zA If you want to see more treasure hunting videos like this make sure to click the like button! Let's aim for 1000 likes! • New? Help me reach 200,000 subscribers: https://goo.gl/tXzZYd This was pretty much the last day before it started flooding at the river. Once it rained the water turned muddy and it should start to clear up this Spring sometime. Keep a look out for episode 2! :D Follow me on Twitter & Instagram! Twitter (Daily Updates): https://twitter.com/DALLMYD Instagram (Daily Pictures): https://www.instagram.com/WooverRain/ Email: DALLMYD@yahoo.com Inspired by Beau Ouimette: https://goo.gl/o8wYsw Location: Columbus, GA (Chattahoochee River) Music: Teeza - Berlin: https://goo...

    published: 19 Oct 2015
  • Found treasure chest while metal detecting!

    While metal detecting in the woods i found this treasure chest hidden in the ground.

    published: 15 Jan 2016
  • 24 Hours in Dublin: Discover the Treasure of Ireland

    Wander through Ireland's capital city and take in its rich history, beautiful architecture, and renown nightlife. Stroll its intimate cobble-stoned streets and experience its incredible diversity, so clearly seen in the variety of markets and restaurants in every corner. And not to mention - the classic Dublin Pubs! Places featured in the Dublin travel video: Samuel Becket bridge and surrounding areas Iveagh Gardens St. Stephen's green (Park) Merrion Square Saint Patrick's Cathedral King's Inn park (and it's famous hungry Bench ) Cafe Pepperpot Cafe en Seine Irish Design Shop Ha'penny bridge Bad Bob's (Bar) Temple Bar + surrounding areas Guinness Storehouse Trinity College ( Library).

    published: 15 Dec 2015
  • Found Stolen Purse in the River!? Georgia River Treasure!!

    Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/AdamBrownAdventures T-Shirt: https://www.etsy.com/listing/515731020/river-treasure-t-shirt?ref=shop_home_active_1 Went river treasure hunting in Georgia today guys and found what seems to be a stolen purse, im gonna try and find the owner if i can. hope you guys enjoy the hunt! If you know any good rivers or abandoned places you want to see me explore or areas to metal detect or any other general comments & questions feel free to shoot me and email here : adambrownvlogs@gmail.com ALSO I just got an address that you guys can send mail/ packages to if you wanna :) I would love to start making mail time videos and hear from you GUYS!! Send mail to : 141 Pelham Drive F-188 Columbia SC 29209

    published: 03 May 2017
  • Second shipwreck found loaded with treasure off coast of Ireland

    The same underwater salvage experts who recently discovered the wreck of the silver laden SS Gairsoppa have found another sunken vessel loaded with the precious metal, the SS Mantola, which was torpedoed by a German submarine after setting sail from London in 1917

    published: 10 Oct 2011
  • Treasure Ireland 2015

    By starshotfilms.co.uk Ahoy there me hearties! Welcome to our Treasure Ireland Cheerleading Competition, being held in Dublin the capital city of that fine emerald Isle. Join us and get the good ship Citywest under sail!

    published: 14 Aug 2015
  • Treasure Hunt S06e12 @ Ireland @ County Kerry

    published: 12 May 2015
  • Landmarks and Buildings of Cork City Ireland's Treasure

    The Landmarks and Buildings of Cork City. Located at the South of Ireland, Cork, Ireland's largest County is home to some of the most breathtaking landmarks and buildings in Ireland. Please enjoy these photographs by Patrick Oshea, a proud Corkonian, and creator of the Norries of Cork. A website for Northsiders worldwide. SUBSCRIBE www.youtube.com/norriesofcork A video of Cork City, Ireland, its Buildings, Churches, The River Lee, and Landmarks in one of Europe's original landscaped Cities. The Norries of Cork photographer Patrick O'Shea captured these urban photographs throughout Cork City in a series of shots for a new Documentary Northside Pride. The buildings in this video are Cork's University UCC and its main Grass Quadrant. R&H Hall a former goods building based in the docklands ...

    published: 13 Aug 2016
  • 2,000 year old bog butter is Ireland's latest treasure

    2,000 year old bog butter is Ireland's latest treasure. A man found a 22-pound chunk of butter in an Irish peat bog. And yes, it's still edible. ‘Funky, mossy’: Taste test on 10-kilo chunk of 2,000-year-old butter found in Irish bog Man finds 22-pound chunk of butter estimated to be more than 2,000 years old in Irish bog ‘Funky, mossy’: Taste test on 10-kilo chunk of 2,000-year-old butter found in Irish bog Finding buried treasure is a dream as old as stories themselves. Treasure chests overflowing with gold doubloons, shiny lamps containing genies, gargantuan lumps of thousand-year-old butter. OK, maybe most don't dream of unearthing enormous chunks of butter, but that's exactly what Jack Conway discovered in the Emlagh bog in County Meath, Ireland, at the beginning of June. Conw...

    published: 14 Jun 2016
  • Discoveries Ireland Celtic Treasure Preview

    The full length version of this program is available on DVD and Digital download at www.Bennett-watt.com Produced by Bennett-Watt HD Video Productions, Inc. www.HDVideoProduction.net North coast, Innishowen Peninsula, country b&b's, coastal village Ballycastle, Giant's Causeway, Obrien’s Tower, Liscannor Stone, town of Kinsale, Old Head golf course, Bushmill's Distillery, Foxford Woolen Mills, Charles Fort, ancient castle ruins, music from Gaelic community Rathcairn, Cliffs of Moher, Creevykeel Court Tomb, Grianan Fort... The full length version of this program is available on DVD at www.Bennett-watt.com Produced by Bennett-Watt HD Video Productions, Inc. www.HDVideoProduction.net

    published: 14 Nov 2014
Irelands Treasures Uncovered

Irelands Treasures Uncovered

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  • Updated: 18 Feb 2016
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Ireland's Treasures Uncovered tells the story of the iconic Irish artefacts that have helped to shape and create modern Ireland, both north and south. This reveals the surprising tales behind treasures such as the Tara Broach, the Broighter Hoard, the Waterford Charter Roll and others, revealing new stories behind the artefacts that we thought we knew. It also reveals the most recent astounding finds that are adding to the list of Ireland's Treasures. Using key access to Ireland's two largest museums, in Belfast and Dublin, IT brings together archaeologists and curators who have spent their lives working to understand the true context for these emblematic treasures.
https://wn.com/Irelands_Treasures_Uncovered
Treasure Ireland  Documentary

Treasure Ireland Documentary

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  • Updated: 17 Feb 2017
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Videos, daily editorial and more https://goo.gl/X1JVvF Like on Facebook https://goo.gl/qtCRX9
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13 Shocking Discoveries Made In Ireland

13 Shocking Discoveries Made In Ireland

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From an ancient necklace that was once worn by a king to an amazing artifact found by chance these discoveries are incredible! Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr 8. Linn Duachaill Discovered in 2010 near the village of Annagassan in County Louth, this Viking settlement village was built in 841 around the same time as the settlement Dubh Linn, or Dublin. The site was used to build and repair ships before eventually being abandoned in favor of Dublin. The find is evidence of one of the earliest settlements of Vikings in Ireland and it’s estimated that at it’s height the village contained five thousand Vikings with up to 200 ships. 7. Ireland’s Oldest Burials An excavation near the River Shannon in Hermitage, Co. Limerick uncovered two early Mesolithic burials that are the earliest ever identified in Ireland. The burials were radiocarbon dated to approximately 7500-7000 B.C. and have great historical significance. It indicates that formal burial in Ireland was taking place way before the development of farming and settled communities. 6. The Derrynaflan Hoard When this hoard was found in 1980 it was hailed as one of the greatest archaeological discoveries of modern times. It was found by a father and son metal detecting in the area. The hoard consists of a richly decorated ninth century silver chalice, a large 8th century paten and stand, an 8th century liturgical strainer and a bronze basin from the 8th or 9th century. Apparently the treasure was buried to conceal it, very likely from Viking raiders. The discovery led to years of legal action between the finders and the state and eventually led to the National Monuments Act of 1994. 5. Early Buttevant Buttevant is a town in Ireland that was founded around 1208. When its main streets were being dug up for resurfacing work in 2015 a group of archaeologists were called in and made some very exciting discoveries. They found the remains of a town wall, a cobbled street and an underground chamber dating back to medieval times. The findings will help researchers better understand the medieval street layout of the town. The town has been through a lot. It was sacked by English forces twice once in 1569 and again in 1691. After this second attack the town remained in a state of stagnation for over a century before finally being revived. 4. 12th Century Brooch New York University student McKenna McFadden was in Ireland this summer for a school related trip when she stumbled upon this incredibly rare 12th century artifact. She was with a group being led on a tour of Oney Island on the west side of Ireland when she noticed something in the sand. She didn’t think much of it until she showed the find to the archaeologist leading the tour, who was very intrigued by the piece. It’s called a kite brooch and is used to fasten a cloak or shawl. The artifact is one of only a few ever found in Ireland and is now with the National Museum of Ireland in Dublin. 3. Box of Bones Thousand of bones were discovered in a cave in County Clare Ireland by a team of scientists in 1903. Eventually the bones were put in a box and sent to the National Museum of Ireland where they lay largely forgotten for a century. The bones were recently reexamined and a bear bone was found that established the fact that humans were on Ireland 12,500 years ago. While archaeologists have always suspected that there were humans in Ireland much farther back than once thought, they didn’t find any evidence to prove this theory until this latest discovery. 2. 4000 Year Old Necklace Like so many discoveries made in Ireland, this ancient necklace was found along with two discs by a farmer who was cutting turf in a bog. After a few years he passed the necklace onto a local chemist, who kept the historic find in his shop’s safe, where they remained for years. Then in February 2009 two thieves grabbed the safe during a burglary and left it in a dumpster in Dublin. Detectives literally went digging through dumpster after dumpster until they luckily found the treasures with hours to spare before the trash was to be collected. Examiners from the National Museum's Irish Antiquities Division called the pieces one of the most important archaeological finds for many years. The necklace was worn by the early kings of Ireland and dates back to sometime between 2,300 and 1,800 B.C. 1. Ancient Latin Psalter A 1,200 year old religious manuscript was discovered in 2006 by a workman operating a mechanical digger on the bog at Faddan More near Riverstown. The importance of this book is immense and its discovery has been called more important for Ireland than the finding of the Dead Sea Scrolls was for biblical scholars. It changes scholars views about how ancient Irish manuscripts were produced. The psalter contains 60 pages of vellum, a parchment made from animal skins that were inscribed with the complete text of all 150 of the Bible’s Book of Psalms.
https://wn.com/13_Shocking_Discoveries_Made_In_Ireland
unusual 1969 Foreign Coin Find - Bank Teller Treasure

unusual 1969 Foreign Coin Find - Bank Teller Treasure

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The ten pence (10p) (Irish: deich pingin) coin was a subdivision of the Irish pound. It was used in the Republic of Ireland from 1969 to 2002 with its last minting issue in 2000. check out more about this coin on wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ten_pence_(Irish_coin) COIN ROLL HUNTING PLAYLIST https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLT8JfMITSyWY9sO_FxcUEAD8oqV_O0MlM MY BEST COIN ROLL HUNTING FINDS https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLT8JfMITSyWYCQeImKjUZBAzmdiGUioBs CURRENCY COLLECTING PLAYLIST https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLT8JfMITSyWaQT74oYfpaFSR_8mJzYQ00 METAL DETECTING at PLAYGROUNDS with GARRETT ACE 350 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLT8JfMITSyWYWjZrdGKcjQQQpQ6K1hCKz FOREIGN COIN FINDS https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLT8JfMITSyWaCO8_lGrFumrbhP8x9x1Wz PICKER and RESELL FLIPPING FINDS https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLT8JfMITSyWbe73oFezNCWULPDrZsLJ7M METAL DETECTING in the DESERT with GARRETT ACE 350 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLT8JfMITSyWbpPeMeg9db2WKcW-sRXPBI MY BEST METAL DETECTING FINDS with GARRETT ACE 350 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLT8JfMITSyWYimp1Y-wgI52yPa0wakeXZ METAL DETECTING at the BEACH with GARRETT ACE 350 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLT8JfMITSyWZKZTGW2n8WDABrb-5966Ct METAL DETECTING at the PARK with GARRETT ACE 350 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLT8JfMITSyWaszo4re7lB0m_YeYfcG_6b METAL DETECTING at NIGHT with GARRETT ACE 350 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLT8JfMITSyWYiwnfSujWBKB8F98lJFgcn METAL DETECTING TOOLS and GEAR https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLT8JfMITSyWb_KCQZGtU_j7YvvrHy66SS METAL DETECTING at SCHOOL YARDS with GARRETT ACE 350 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLT8JfMITSyWZwLAlmVIuGuMvTieT15XAO AWESOME HIDDEN TREASURE HUNTER VIDEOS https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PUm1-mjGafMBkGRBQyzBmbeQ Filmed in 1080p HD Filmed by HiddenTreasureHunter Please donate $ if you are able: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=MC4B6WYMUFJPW Metal Detector is Garrett ACE 350 and the Garrett Pro-Pointer My YouTube Channel http://www.youtube.com/HiddenTreasureHunter Please donate $ if you are able: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=MC4B6WYMUFJPW (all donations are used for metal detecting equipment, coin collecting supplies and/or similar items to enhance future videos for your viewing pleasure *** I will make a video showing the items you send unless you state not to)
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Celtic Treasure: 1 HOUR Sleep Music of Ireland, Celtic Harp Soundscapes

Celtic Treasure: 1 HOUR Sleep Music of Ireland, Celtic Harp Soundscapes

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  • Updated: 27 Feb 2017
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► Get your full album copy on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/celtic-treasure-music-ireland-celtic-harp-soundscapes/id1200722673 ► Join my website http://meditationrelaxclub.com Irish Harp Music and Relaxing Songs Pure Background for Relaxation, Meditation and Sleep, Traditional Celtic Harp Music for Restful Sleep ► SleepMusicRelaxZone is part of Meditation Relax Club group and it's your free relaxation YouTube channel for relaxing sleep music. The best relaxation tube provides you new age soothing music to help you sleep as sleeping music with delta brain waves, zen meditation music, pregnancy music for mothers and babies and a special section for pet therapy with music for pets. Relax your mind and join SleepMusicRelaxZone
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Amateur treasure hunter uncovers £1m Viking hoard

Amateur treasure hunter uncovers £1m Viking hoard

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  • Updated: 13 Oct 2014
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A hoard of Viking treasure has been unearthed by a metal-detecting enthusiast in one of the most significant finds of its kind ever made in Scotland. More than 100 objects, some of them made of gold, were discovered on church land at an undisclosed location in Dumfries and Galloway, and is believed to be worth approximately £1m. The "historically significant" find was made by Derek McLennan, 47, a committed metal detectorist who had been searching the area for the last year. The rich hoard of artefacts, many of which are unique, includes some of Carolingian (west European) and Irish origin. The material comprises many silver ingots, armbands and brooches, as well as several gold objects, Scotland's Treasure Trove Unit announced. The hoard also includes a complete metal vessel containing more objects. It has not yet been emptied and the first step will be to examine its contents by x-ray techniques. Experts at the unit described the find as "one of the most significant Viking hoards ever discovered in Scotland". Head of the Treasure Trove Unit, Stuart Campbell, who is overseeing assessment of the hoard, said: "This is a very important and significant find and has required the close cooperation of Historic Scotland with Treasure Trove Unit and National Museums Scotland staff to recover the fascinating items it contains. "Due to the quantity and variety of the objects, and the importance of the find overall, it will take some time for experts to assess the hoard as a whole so that we can appreciate its true significance. We look forward to learning more." Get the latest headlines http://www.telegraph.co.uk/ Subscribe to The Telegraph http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=telegraphtv Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/telegraph.co.uk Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/telegraph Follow us on Google+ https://plus.google.com/102891355072777008500/ Telegraph.co.uk and YouTube.com/TelegraphTV are websites of The Daily Telegraph, the UK's best-selling quality daily newspaper providing news and analysis on UK and world events, business, sport, lifestyle and culture.
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SEARCHING FOR RIVER TREASURE!

SEARCHING FOR RIVER TREASURE!

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  • Updated: 19 Oct 2015
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In this video I swim around the river looking for cool stuff! Episode 2: https://youtu.be/2LVCaOxp6zA If you want to see more treasure hunting videos like this make sure to click the like button! Let's aim for 1000 likes! • New? Help me reach 200,000 subscribers: https://goo.gl/tXzZYd This was pretty much the last day before it started flooding at the river. Once it rained the water turned muddy and it should start to clear up this Spring sometime. Keep a look out for episode 2! :D Follow me on Twitter & Instagram! Twitter (Daily Updates): https://twitter.com/DALLMYD Instagram (Daily Pictures): https://www.instagram.com/WooverRain/ Email: DALLMYD@yahoo.com Inspired by Beau Ouimette: https://goo.gl/o8wYsw Location: Columbus, GA (Chattahoochee River) Music: Teeza - Berlin: https://goo.gl/Zb75jS Intro/outro music provided by: https://goo.gl/L6f5nv F.O.O.L - Fairytaler [Monstercat EP Release] Video Link: https://youtu.be/yiqznDG-uE0
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Found treasure chest while metal detecting!

Found treasure chest while metal detecting!

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While metal detecting in the woods i found this treasure chest hidden in the ground.
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24 Hours in Dublin: Discover the Treasure of Ireland

24 Hours in Dublin: Discover the Treasure of Ireland

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  • Updated: 15 Dec 2015
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Wander through Ireland's capital city and take in its rich history, beautiful architecture, and renown nightlife. Stroll its intimate cobble-stoned streets and experience its incredible diversity, so clearly seen in the variety of markets and restaurants in every corner. And not to mention - the classic Dublin Pubs! Places featured in the Dublin travel video: Samuel Becket bridge and surrounding areas Iveagh Gardens St. Stephen's green (Park) Merrion Square Saint Patrick's Cathedral King's Inn park (and it's famous hungry Bench ) Cafe Pepperpot Cafe en Seine Irish Design Shop Ha'penny bridge Bad Bob's (Bar) Temple Bar + surrounding areas Guinness Storehouse Trinity College ( Library).
https://wn.com/24_Hours_In_Dublin_Discover_The_Treasure_Of_Ireland
Found Stolen Purse in the River!? Georgia River Treasure!!

Found Stolen Purse in the River!? Georgia River Treasure!!

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  • Updated: 03 May 2017
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Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/AdamBrownAdventures T-Shirt: https://www.etsy.com/listing/515731020/river-treasure-t-shirt?ref=shop_home_active_1 Went river treasure hunting in Georgia today guys and found what seems to be a stolen purse, im gonna try and find the owner if i can. hope you guys enjoy the hunt! If you know any good rivers or abandoned places you want to see me explore or areas to metal detect or any other general comments & questions feel free to shoot me and email here : adambrownvlogs@gmail.com ALSO I just got an address that you guys can send mail/ packages to if you wanna :) I would love to start making mail time videos and hear from you GUYS!! Send mail to : 141 Pelham Drive F-188 Columbia SC 29209
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Second shipwreck found loaded with treasure off coast of Ireland

Second shipwreck found loaded with treasure off coast of Ireland

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  • Updated: 10 Oct 2011
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The same underwater salvage experts who recently discovered the wreck of the silver laden SS Gairsoppa have found another sunken vessel loaded with the precious metal, the SS Mantola, which was torpedoed by a German submarine after setting sail from London in 1917
https://wn.com/Second_Shipwreck_Found_Loaded_With_Treasure_Off_Coast_Of_Ireland
Treasure Ireland 2015

Treasure Ireland 2015

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  • Updated: 14 Aug 2015
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By starshotfilms.co.uk Ahoy there me hearties! Welcome to our Treasure Ireland Cheerleading Competition, being held in Dublin the capital city of that fine emerald Isle. Join us and get the good ship Citywest under sail!
https://wn.com/Treasure_Ireland_2015
Treasure Hunt  S06e12 @ Ireland @ County Kerry

Treasure Hunt S06e12 @ Ireland @ County Kerry

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  • Updated: 12 May 2015
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https://wn.com/Treasure_Hunt_S06E12_Ireland_County_Kerry
Landmarks and Buildings of Cork City Ireland's Treasure

Landmarks and Buildings of Cork City Ireland's Treasure

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  • Updated: 13 Aug 2016
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The Landmarks and Buildings of Cork City. Located at the South of Ireland, Cork, Ireland's largest County is home to some of the most breathtaking landmarks and buildings in Ireland. Please enjoy these photographs by Patrick Oshea, a proud Corkonian, and creator of the Norries of Cork. A website for Northsiders worldwide. SUBSCRIBE www.youtube.com/norriesofcork A video of Cork City, Ireland, its Buildings, Churches, The River Lee, and Landmarks in one of Europe's original landscaped Cities. The Norries of Cork photographer Patrick O'Shea captured these urban photographs throughout Cork City in a series of shots for a new Documentary Northside Pride. The buildings in this video are Cork's University UCC and its main Grass Quadrant. R&H Hall a former goods building based in the docklands of Cork City. The Churches are St. Mary's Church, Holy Trinity Parish Church, St. Luke's Church, Trinity Presbyterian Church, Blackpool Church and The Church of the Ascension. SUBSCRIBE to the Norries of Cork www.youtube.com/subscribe Photographs are © Patrick O'Shea
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2,000 year old bog butter is Ireland's latest treasure

2,000 year old bog butter is Ireland's latest treasure

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  • Updated: 14 Jun 2016
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2,000 year old bog butter is Ireland's latest treasure. A man found a 22-pound chunk of butter in an Irish peat bog. And yes, it's still edible. ‘Funky, mossy’: Taste test on 10-kilo chunk of 2,000-year-old butter found in Irish bog Man finds 22-pound chunk of butter estimated to be more than 2,000 years old in Irish bog ‘Funky, mossy’: Taste test on 10-kilo chunk of 2,000-year-old butter found in Irish bog Finding buried treasure is a dream as old as stories themselves. Treasure chests overflowing with gold doubloons, shiny lamps containing genies, gargantuan lumps of thousand-year-old butter. OK, maybe most don't dream of unearthing enormous chunks of butter, but that's exactly what Jack Conway discovered in the Emlagh bog in County Meath, Ireland, at the beginning of June. Conway is a turf cutter, meaning he harvests "turf" or peat — it's a type of moss — from a bog to later burn for warmth during the cold winter months. He was chopping turf at the bog when he came across a 10-kilo chunk of butter, The Irish Times reported. Researchers at the Cavan Museum estimated it to be more than 2,000 years old. Bog butter is just that: butter made from cow's milk that's been buried in a bog, though, after thousands of years, it often has the consistency of cheese. It's actually not that uncommon of a find for turf cutters in Ireland, either. As Smithsonian magazine noted, a 3,000-year-old, three-foot-wide barrel stuffed with 35-kilograms of bog butter was found in 2009. Even more shocking, turf cutters found a 5,000-year-old wooden keg containing 45 kilos of the butter in 2013. People have actually been stumbling upon bog butter for at least two centuries. In the 1892 edition of The Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, Rev. James O'Laverty recounts finding a lump "which still retains the marks of the hand and fingers of the ancient dame who pressed it into its present shape," and which he noted "tastes somewhat like cheese." In her article "Bog Butter: A Two Thousand Year History" in The Journal of Irish Archaeology, Caroline Earwood wrote, "It is usually found as a whitish, solid mass of fatty material with a distinctive, pungent and slightly offensive smell. It is found either as a lump, or in containers which are most often made of wood but include baskets and skins." The earliest discoveries of bog butter date back to the Iron Age, but she wrote that it may have existed earlier. No one is sure exactly why the butter was buried in bogs — some think it was sometimes an offering to the gods — but evidence strongly suggests it was a method of preservation. Most bog butter doesn't contain salt, which was often used as a means of preserving food before modern refrigeration. The bogs, which are essentially cold-water swamps, and their native peat do a fine job keeping food fresh. A University of Michigan researcher found that meat left in a bog for two years was just as preserved as meat kept in his freezer, the University Record reported in 1995. Peat is compressed plant matter, which Nature reported is both cool and contains little oxygen while remaining highly acidic, allowing it can act as a sort of refrigerator. It seems to work — Savina Donohoe, Curator of Cavan County Museum who sent Conway's butter lump to the National Museum of Ireland, said it smelled just like, well, butter. "It did smell like butter, after I had held it in my hands, my hands really did smell of butter," Donohoe told UTV Ireland. "There was even a smell of butter in the room it was in." In fact, peat bogs are such wonderful environments for preserving organic matter, they've been known to almost perfectly mummify corpses. Hundreds of "bog bodies" have been found during the past two centuries, according to the USA Today. The oldest one ever unearthed is a preserved skeleton that's been named the Koelbjerg Woman, which dates back more than 10,000 years to around 8000 B.C. Other bodies, though, retain their skin and internal organs. The Tollund Man, for example, still had his leathery skin intact when he was found in the Bjældskovdal bog in Denmark and is considered by some to be the most well-preserved body ever found from prehistoric times. He was so well-preserved that the men who found him thought they had stumbled upon a modern murder scene, PBS reported. He was actually about 2,400 years old. Given that level of preservation, most of the butter is actually edible. Irish celebrity chef Kevin Thornton, who owns the Michelin-starred Thornton's Restaurant in Dublin, claimed to have tasted a 4,000-year-old sample of bog butter. "I was really excited about it. We tasted it," he told the Irish Independent in 2014. "There's fermentation but it's not fermentation because it's gone way beyond that. Then you get this taste coming down or right up through your nose." "Theoretically the stuff is still edible, but we wouldn't say it's advisable," Halpin told the Irish Times.
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Discoveries Ireland Celtic Treasure Preview

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The full length version of this program is available on DVD and Digital download at www.Bennett-watt.com Produced by Bennett-Watt HD Video Productions, Inc. www.HDVideoProduction.net North coast, Innishowen Peninsula, country b&b's, coastal village Ballycastle, Giant's Causeway, Obrien’s Tower, Liscannor Stone, town of Kinsale, Old Head golf course, Bushmill's Distillery, Foxford Woolen Mills, Charles Fort, ancient castle ruins, music from Gaelic community Rathcairn, Cliffs of Moher, Creevykeel Court Tomb, Grianan Fort... The full length version of this program is available on DVD at www.Bennett-watt.com Produced by Bennett-Watt HD Video Productions, Inc. www.HDVideoProduction.net
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