|Treasure hunter David Spohr was searching in Tarrant Valley, Dorset in 2014 when he found a 3,500-year-old tribal gold necklace called a Lunula. - meaning 'little moon' in Latin due to their shape.|
The necklaces were worn by ancient tribal leaders as a symbol of their power.
Lunula, Late Neolithic/Early Bronze Age, Mangerton
Gold lunula from Blessington, Ireland, Late Neolithic/Early Bronze Age, c. 2400BC – 2000BC