Historic treasure with coins and goat figures detected in Iran

The 3d metal detector Rover Deluxe is very convenient for treasure hunters who are searching for coins, rings, jewelry and other precious artifacts made of gold and silver. A treasure hunter in Iran found antique coins and other artifacts like goat figures and horse bridles with his OKM metal detector Rover Deluxe.

Historic Coin Iran W0 I360: Monedas antiguas se ha detectado con el detector de metales 3d Rover Deluxe en Irán.
Ancient Coin Iran W0 I356: Esto es sólo una de las monedas que se encontraron con Rover Deluxe.

The coins could possibly be of Greek origin by all appearances. The owl was closely associated with ‘Pallas Athene’, the goddess of wisdom, and was assigned as her companion in ancient times. Therefore the owl was also mint onto Greek coins. The first coinage has been dated to 501 B.C. and came all along the way to contemporary Iran from the former Macedonia by Alexander the Great.

Treasure Coin Iran W0 I364: El búho como un motivo característico de las monedas griegas, incluso en el Euro griego hoy en día.
goat-stick-iran-w0-i359: También este artefacto precioso histórico fue encontrado con el detector de metales Rover Deluxe.
figure-iran-goat-w0-i357: Una antigua estatua de cabra de bronce dy e cobre, que se encuentra con el detector de tesoro Rover Deluxe.
goat-figure-iran-w0-i358: Rover Deluxe es un detector de metales 3d que es fiable capaz de detectar objetos enterrados bajo la superficie del suelo.

During the treasure hunt several prehistoric artifacts including antique horse bridles and two copper goat figures has been detected with 3d metal detector Rover Deluxe. This type of horse snaffle bits were used by the nomads from Lorestan in 800 – 600 B.C. Lorestan is one of the oldest regions in Iran. For the Lurs horses and horse bridles were important in order to earn their livelihood.

Horse Bridle Luristan Iran W0 I362: Esta brida de caballo antiguo se ha detectado con el detector de metales Rover Deluxe en Irán.
Luristan Horse Bridle Iran W0 I363: Este freno fue utilizado por los Lurs en 800-600 a. de JC.