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A very small metal detector with touch-screen and wireless telescopic probe.
Introduction and Field Test about the Evolution metal detector in the French treasure hunting magazine "Le Prospecteur".
An Algerian treasure hunter successfully detected this 200 year old saber. The saber was found at a depth of 4.7 meters (15 feet) using the OKM Evolution. This historic weapon originates from the time of French colonial rule. During this period of time, the beginning of the 19th Century, France conquered Northern Algeria and began settling French colonies.
A treasure hunter found this metal object with his Evolution 3d ground scanner, which is used for the search of precious metals like gold and silver. The hunter did not give any information about where the item was found, the possible age or the intended use of the artifact. Supposedly it's a sort of musical instrument, probably a double-rattle. There are similarities with a Brazilian percussion instrument called "caxixi" which is usually made of rattan. The treasure is made of two hollow pieces, each similar to an egg. They are connected with a curved metal handle. A seal on one of the "eggs" can be an indication that the cavity is maybe filled with little stones or beads. A band wrapped around the handle is probably added for better handling (bearing area for the thumb).
Enrique Toscano, specialist at SERCOLOMBIANO.COM S.A.S joined the 4th paranormal expedition to the „Door of Gods“ initiated by the columbian TV station RCN Television Bogota. The 3D ground scanner Evolution was used for the detection of caves and tunnels.
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