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Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Weighing 730 grams of almost pure gold, experts believe the unusually large torc was designed to be worn over winter clothing as a sash, or by a pregnant woman.It is believed the torc was uncovered on freshly ploughed farmland six miles from Ely.A similar torc found in the area in 1844 is housed at Cambridge University's Archaeology Museum.So valuable is the treasure, the exact location of the find uncovered last year is being kept a secret to dissuade illegal night hawking.The jewellery is still being valued, but it is expected to reach a six figure sum.When the national treasure was assessed, the finds liaison officer sent out an email offering it to Ely Museum, the British Museum and Cambridge University's Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology.Both of the big museums agreed it should be offered to Ely Museum, which now needs help to raise the funds.Curator of Ely Museum , Elie Hughes, said: "Until it Acquisto Viagra is valued we don't know how much we need to raise but once it has we will be looking into the different funding schemes that are available."The Art Fund has a good one and we've used it Cheapest Kamagra Online Uk in the past to acquire things. We'll be looking into it and certainly be trying to raise funds locally as well."I feel it's really important for local people to get access to their heritage."If it is in the British Museum there are not many people who are going to go down to London to look at it, but hopefully if it is in Ely it also means we can show it to local school children."Most of the items bought for the museum's collection, worth up Buy Kamagra Next Day Delivery to are paid for by the Friends of The Ely Museum.The last Bronze Age artefact they acquired through the government Treasure Scheme was "a lovely Bronze Age bracelet" discovered in another East Cambridgeshire farmer's field in 2011.As this find is much more valuable, the museum is calling on people who care about local heritage to help raise funds to preserve it for future generations.A similar torc, found nearby in 1844 by is housed at Cambridge University's Archaeology Museum.Bronze Age artefacts are often Buy Viagra Switzerland found as stray finds in East Anglia, following the tradition of sacrificing objects by throwing them into boggy areas.The torc is one of 82,272 treasure discoveries made by members of the public Levitra 10 Mg in the UK last year, revealed in the Portable Antiquities Scheme annual report.Other notable finds included a 600 AD Anglo Saxon hanging bowl mount discovered in West Sussex, and a large hoard of 463 silver coin clippings from Gloucestershire thought to have been buried around the time of the "great Buy Cialis Switzerland recoinage" of 1696.Like us on FacebookFollow us on TwitterDaily NewsletterCambridge City CouncilFirst look at plans for a new restaurant at Cambridge railway stationThe new restaurant will sit alongside other elements of the rejuvenated Station SquareCambridgeEight 'odd' things YOU do in Cambridge from a foreigner's perspectiveOne of the newest members of the Cambridge News recently made the move from The States and it's been a culture shockJohn LewisAMAZING WEIGHT LOSS: Mums drops EIGHT dress sizes and wins Ladies' Day makeoverHaving Uk Kamagra Cheap lost nine stone dropping from a dress size 30 to a 14 Burwell's Rhonda Walker won a Günstig Kamagra Oral Jelly Kaufen Ladies' Day makeover with Cambridge Magazine and tell the story of how she went from flab to fab.