Published by this is surrey today.co.uk, Wednesday, 28th September 2011.
“The latest exhibit to be added is a Roman silver coin struck during the reign of the emperor Philippus – known as Philip the Arab – which was found between Westcott and Dorking last week by a member of a metal detecting club.” – Taken from article.
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Published by getsurrey.co.uk, written by Guy Martin, Thursday September 29th, 2011.
“A RARE Roman coin found near Dorking is believed to be the first found nationwide in a British Museum project.
Its discovery, to the west of the town, earlier in September was reported to David Williams, Surrey finds liaison officer for the British Museum’s Portable Antiquities Scheme.” – Taken from article
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