*Image courtesy of ExpressSimon Mason, Kent County Council’s principal archaeological officer, found the bracelets, dating back to around 700BC. It is thought they were children’s bracelets that may have been buried as a worship offering. They were found together, one pushed inside the other.
There is evidence of a Bronze Age settlement on the find site, and five hoards of bronze objects of a similar age have been found in the same area.
“With all the thousands of everyday objects we have dug up they are really helping to shed new light on the lives of prehistoric, Roman and Saxon people in Thanet.” [Mason said] - Allister Hagger, Express.co.uk