In southwest Wales, in the Pembrokeshire, fragments of a Celtic chariot were discovered in the field. The object is about 2, 000 years old and certainly was put to the grave together with the deceased. The discovery took place in February 2018; however, the information was not given to the media.
The finds include bronze fittings, a brooch, some harnesses, chariot wheel fragments. There are also 35 decorative pieces of metal preserved – still intact.
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