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At that time, archaeological discoveries by Hebrew University archaeologists in the Jewish Quarter, including the area around the Siebenberg's home, were making headlines.
However, archaeologists were skeptical of Siebenberg's premonitions, so Theo decided to conduct and finance the excavations himself.
The treasure, worth an estimated 500 billion rupees (around £7bn), established the temple as one of India's richest.In June 2011, the Supreme Court directed the authorities from the archaeology department and fire services to open the secret chambers of the temple for inspection of the items kept inside.Prior to the discovery, the richest temple in India was thought to be the Thirupathy temple in the southern Andhra Pradesh state, which contains valuables worth 320 billion rupees.I don't know why I said it that day, but I think somebody was listening and directed me to it...Maybe it was meant to be, maybe the gold had my name on it all along, I don't know." The treasure was valued at £3.285 million and has now been purchased by the Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery and the Potteries Museum & Art Gallery.
On January 6, 2007, David Whelan, a semi-retired businessman from Leeds, and his son Andrew discovered the Harrogate hoard using metal detectors near the town of Harrogate in North Yorkshire, England.