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Beau Street Hoard Roadshow In Bath

The Beau Street Hoard roadshow will be touring Bath and further this autumn, bearing with it the chance to get up and close and personal with 2,000-year-old silver Roman coins. The roadshow is part of a venture aimed at bringing communities closer to the 17,577 Roman coins that make up the astonishing Beau Street Hoard.…

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Rare Roman gold coin unerathed in Devon

A hobbyist from Devon has unearthed a solid gold coin lost by a Roman soldier around 1400 years ago. Metal detector enthusiast Stephen Lovering made the discovery last week after scouting an area believed to house the remains of a lost village. Heavy to hold and about the size of a 5p piece, the Heraclius…

Article | Roman coins haul discovered in Staffordshire

Source: Express & Star [May 18, 2012] Roman coins more than 2,000 years old have been discovered in Staffordshire in what experts described today as a significant find. The silver coins were unearthed by metal detecting enthusiast father-of-three Scott Heeley, from Hednesford. – Taken from Article Click the image below to read further:        …

Article | Roman coin unearthed by Burnham-On-Sea metal detector enthusiast

Published by Burnham-On-Sea.com, Wednesday June 13th 2012 “A Burnham-On-Sea metal detecting enthusiast has unearthered this acient Roman coin dating back to the Constantine era from a field outside Highbridge. Morley Howard, pictures right on Burnham beach, made the discovery of the coin – which historians say was minted in AD 322 – while metal detecting…

Roman coins discovered by metal detector

Published by Kent Online, Wednesday 11th January 2012 “Two hoards of Roman coins have been discovered by a metal detector from Kennington. Father-of-two Joe Rainsbury, 43, of Bybrook Road, has had two sets of bronze and silver coins found on farmland near Ashford sent to the British Museum for analysis.” – Taken from Article Click…