Published by BBC Norfolk News, 29 November 2012
A hoard of coins minted during Henry VIII’s reign and found by a metal detector enthusiast in a Norfolk field may have been buried to keep it safe during Kett’s Rebellion in 1549.
The 14 silver groats, found in a field in Wymondham, were pronounced treasure by coroner William Armstrong in Norwich.
Kett’s Rebellion during the reign of King Edward VI started in Wymondham.
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