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A fragment of a unique and mysterious silver plaque discovered in South Karelia may force historians to rethink some of Finland's early Iron Age history. As of yet, the cultural context of the find has not been explained.
Hobbyists sweeping fields and roadsides with metal detectors in the areas of Rautjarvi and Ruokolahi in South Karelia have recently turned up some rare finds.
Most recently, the South Karelia Museum in Lappeenranta was given a silver plaque that so far has defied explanation.
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