The Sentinel Saturday, May 19, 2012
MUSEUM officials are considering buying a huge haul of Roman treasure which has been discovered in a Stoke-on-Trent field.
Hundreds of coins more than 2,000 years old were found at the undisclosed location.
The solid silver sovereigns – some with immaculately-preserved images of the Roman emperor Hadrian – were discovered by metal detecting enthusiast Scott Heeley.
– Taken from Article
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