From Dutch NOS TV:
Again, archaeologists in Oss have made a big Early Iron Age discovery. Near the biggest mound of the Netherlands, they have discovered a second prince’s grave.
It is but a little smaller than the grave which was excavated in 1933. It is a few hundred meters away from it. …
X-ray research has revealed 525 small bronze objects. Tomorrow, the discoveries will be exhibited in Museum Jan Cunen in Oss.
See also here.
This is a video about a Dutch Iron Age grave found in 2011 near Oss.
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