“The fact is that we don’t know what they were for, but I lean towards them being used as part of a priest king’s clothing or head piece,” Flemming Kaul, a curator with the National Museum of Denmark, told Jyllands-Posten newspaper.
Wednesday, July 8, 2015
Today's News on the Silly Hats of the Bronze Age
have found about 2,000 little gold spirals, up to 3 cm long. They are made of flattened gold wire and are thought to date to between 900 and 700 BCE: