boy, 3, uncovers $4m gold medieval relic
Your child needs a metal detector.
James Hyatt, then three years old, and his father and grandfather found $4 million worth of medieval gold while searching the Essex countryside with their equipment.
The four-year-old Hyatt House was his first attempt at metal testing. A few minutes ago, the hum of his machine was unearthed on the 16th.
Holy things of the century.
\"I took the detector and it made a beep, a beep,\" James told the Daily Mail . \".
\"Then we dug the mud in.
There\'s gold there.
We don\'t have a map.
Only pirates have treasure maps.
\"The gold content is 8 of 73. 68-
The unearthed Hyatts were engraved with five wounds of Christ, which seemed to be the image of the Virgin Mary, supporting a bloodstained cross.
\"The devotion to Christ\'s blood and wounds is one of the signs of piety in the late Middle Ages,\" said an expert at the British Museum in a letter about the pendant.
There are three other similar panacea known in the world.
\"James was very excited when he realized that he had found the real treasure.
Jason Hyatt, the boy\'s father, told the Daily Mail that \"Dad was blown away . \".
\"In 15 years, I have never found such a hobby.
\"If we get any money, it will be for the children,\" he added . \".
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The pendant will be investigated by a treasuretrove inquest.
All proceeds from the sale of artifacts will be divided by the Hyatt family and the site owner who found the artifacts.