- Bronze Age urn with cremated bones inside discovered under moorland path
- The charm, which is thought to date back 800 years, is in fantastic condition with a Hebrew inscription clearly reading 'Ate gebir leilam adonal'.
- 800-year-old crucifix engraved with a Hebrew talisman unearthed in Wales
- Malcolm Corfield, 63, found the inch-long cross pendant buried less than a foot underground in Newport, Wales.
- Gwent metal detector finds priceless 800-year-old cross
- Such is the condition of the charm, the Hebrew writing on its roundel can still be made out, and 'Ate gebir leilam adonaI' has been translated to 'thou art mighty forever oh Lord'. It had been used nationally as a charm against fever in the Middle Ages.
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- Such is the condition of the charm, the Hebrew writing on its roundel can still be made out, and “Ate gebir leilam adonaI” has been translated to “thou art mighty forever oh Lord”. It had been used nationally as a charm against fever in the Middle Ages.
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- Or did they cross over the High Pass, the Red Horn Pass (or that little known pass above the headwaters of the Gladden), and then travel down the Anduin in Teleri-like Swan Ships? Coming ashore at Sarn Gebir, and marching west across Rohan to Helm's ...
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