He now ordered his companions to keep close by him, and to maintain the most inflexible silence; that certain precautions must be taken and ceremonies used to prevent the evil spirits which kept about buried treasure
from doing them any harm.
Upon this discovery I was so sanguine as to consider the enigma solved; for the phrase 'main branch, seventh limb, east side,' could refer only to the position of the skull upon the tree, while 'shoot from the left eye of the death's head' admitted, also, of but one interpretation, in regard to a search for buried treasure
The Buried Treasure
exhibition, which runs until June 26, will include the Roman silver of the Mildenhall Treasure and the Hoxne hoard, which is the largest collection of Roman gold and silver bracelets and coins found in Britain.
PEOPLE in Coventry have pounds 116 million of buried treasure
in their attic - and it's losing them pounds 7.
MORE than 150 youngsters were today building a huge sandcastle and hunting for buried treasure
during an event called The Big Dig on the seafront at Seaburn.
The actor, who died of cancer in February, is short-listed for the Lew Grade award for his role in ITV1's Buried Treasure
Next week: George Clooney and Catherine-Zeta Jones become embroiled in the battle of the sexes in the Coen brothers' romantic comedy Intolerable Cruelty and a young boy unearths buried treasure
in the desert in Holes.
A HOARD of ancient buried treasure
was being unveiled today by the British Museum.
THE Guess The Regional Accent aspect of John Thaw's performance in Buried Treasure
was quickly resolved when he announced: "I've found t'builder's merchant giving discount on t'paving slabs.
THE hunt is on to find buried treasure
at Draycote Water Country Park.
ANY resemblance to persons living or dead in Buried Treasure
(ITV) was purely intentional - not to mention cynical.
Viewers are getting hooked on the show as they watch the Irish contestants search for pounds 50,000 in buried treasure
Archaeologists said the buried treasure
was found in an excavation site in what was the business district of the then Roman city.