The findings add to an emerging body of research from Europe that is re-examining female power during the Bronze Age.
It is impossible to know how much each individual object might be worth in today's money and what they might have been used to buy.
Mixing tin into other metals have given this once useless metals a brand new lease of life.
The vast deposit of salt inside was left by the ocean that covered the region 250 million years ago.
Academic "time detectives" from Liverpool have used 3D digital technology to reveal the face of a Bronze Age farmer who lived in England 4,000 years ago.