Treasure of the Crusaders' last stand: Pot of gold worth i¿½300,000 found in fortress where it was buried by doomed Christian knights
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Treasure of the Crusaders' last stand: Pot of gold worth '300,000 found in fortress where it was buried by doomed Christian knights

Tripoli : Libya | Jul 11, 2012 at 3:21 AM PDT
Source: Mail Online UK
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The coins were buried by Christian soldiers of the order of the Knights Hospitalier as the Crusaders faced an unstoppable attack by a huge Muslim army A pot of gold from the Crusades worth up to $500,000 has been found buried in an ancient Roman fortress in Israel. FULL ARTICLE AT Mail Online UK
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Israel Nature and Parks Authority employee shows gold coins, which were unearthed during excavations at a Crusader fortress, near Herzliya
Israel Nature and Parks Authority employee shows gold coins, which were unearthed during excavations at a Crusader fortress, near Herzliya
 
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