Huge hoard of Roman coins found on Somerset farm…

Published by The Guardian.co.uk, written by Maev Kennedy, Thursday 8th July 2010.

“A total of 52,500 bronze and silver coins dating from the 3rd century AD – including the largest ever found set of coins minted by the self proclaimed emperor Carausius, who lasted seven years before he was murdered by his finance minister – were found by Dave Crisp, a hobby metal detectorist from Devizes, Wiltshire.” – Taken from Article

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Published by The Telegraph, written by Stephen Adams, Arts Correspondent, Thursday 8th July 2010.

 

“A metal detector enthusiast has unearthed the second largest haul of Roman coins ever found inBritain, little over a year after the discovery of the ‘Staffordshire Hoard’.” – Taken from Article

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