Overlooking Stonehenge itself, the burial indeed contained the skeleton of a chieftain who lived almost 4,000 years ago. He was buried in regal splendor with the objects that showed his power and authority.
Among the treasures on display are a magnificent bronze dagger with a gold covered haft, a golden sheath for a dagger, a ceremonial axe, gold beads, necklaces, earrings, pendants and other gold jewellery, a unique jet disc (used to fasten a luxury garment), rare traces of ancient textiles and two of the finest prehistoric flint arrow head ever found.
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"Many of the items may well have been worn by Bronze Age priests and chieftains as they worshiped inside Stonehenge," Dawson said.
"Axes and daggers on display are identical to images of weapons carved into the giant stones of Stonehenge itself," he added.
The exhibition's centerpiece is the beautifully decorated gold lozenge found on the chest of the "King of Stonehenge."
Although the purpose of the gold lozenge remains a mystery - interpretations have ranged from an elaborate button to an astronomical instrument - its precise decorations, made of impressed lines, reveals a detailed knowledge of mathematics and geometry.