Friday, September 02, 2005


At first, the Kruze family thought they were just toys their kids had been given.

In among the usual clutter which small boys like to brandish were a strange necklace with a dragon motif, and an enigmatic medallion.

It was only when an ancient-looking brooch appeared in the toybox mix that the Kruzes decided to do some research.

It turned out that twins Arthur and Teodor, aged five, and their cousin Jesper, also five, had not been playing with tat but with 1,200-year-old Viking treasure unearthed in the back garden.

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