hoard


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to store up (supplies or money), usually well beyond one's needs

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Pieces of the Anglo-Saxon > Staffordshire Hoard, and, above, the entire hoard brought back together for the first time
Evidence was given in the coroner's court by Dr Kevin Leahy, an archaeological finds specialist who catalogued the original hoard and the new items, and principal archaeologist for Staffordshire Stephen Dean.
When the hoard, which includes military material such as spears and knives, was originally discovered buried within the centre of Corbridge Roman Town, experts were amazed by its condition.
This second South Warwickshire hoard contains the largest collection of civil wareracoinsever found.
Culture Secretary Fiona Hyslop said: "The hoard shows the important role our archaeological heritage plays in Scotland's culture.
'Why hoard it when now is the opportunity to sell?' he said.
* Which type of assessments and interventions have occupational therapists undertaken for individuals who hoard?
NMS director Dr Gordon Rintoul said: "The Galloway hoard is of outstanding international significance.
Hoarded animals are kept in inhumane and squalid conditions for long periods of time with inadequate food, water, and medical care.
A larger hoard, discovered by Lee Doyle, Liam O'Keefe, David Owen and John Thomas, contained nine bronze axes, which were dated to around 1000 BC or 3,000 years ago.
Twenty-four-year-old Nicholas Hoard was alone in his apartment when he heard a knock at his door around 8:30 p.m.
If you hoard, as opposed to collect, you are accumulating possessions that can limit and disrupt both your life and your work.
Birmingham Museums is looking for keen bakers to fashion some fabulous food inspired by the Staffordshire Hoard.