BREAKING NEWS – Jönköping, Sweden – Swedish archaeologists recently uncovered a 12th century grave during an archaeological dig – and found buried treasure along with it.

The Jönköping County Museum announced the find in a Mar. 27 press release that was translated from Swedish to English. The discovery happened during an excavation of a grave in an old church in Visingsö, a Swedish island.

The coins were found in the grave of a man that experts believed was between 20 and 25 years old when he died. The pieces of metal were produced between 1150 and 1180.

Archaeologists Kristina Jansson and Anna Ödéen concluded what the coins were used for, after they found near the body, a 900 year-old wooden slot machine.