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It was discovered buried four inches (10cm) deep in soil on August 6 last year by a metal detector after excavations on the site.The location cannot be disclosed to prevent other people conducting digs.Gillian Varndell, the curator on the pre-history and Europe department at the British Museum who authenticated the ring, said that the department was familiar with penannular (almost ringlike) rings, but did not know where they were worn or what significance they held."People were not buried with them on them, so we are not sure how they were worn," she said.

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