Roman gold coins found in field

| December 11, 2012 | Ancient coins
A new hoard of 159 roman solidi (gold coins) was
found in St Albans,
Hertfordshire (England) in october 2012 by a novice
metal detectorist…
The hoard was buried at the end of the 4th century.
It contains parts of the novel following Emperors: ** Gratian ** Valentinian ** Theodosius ** Arcadius ** Honorius
At that time the Western Roman Empire was
disappearing under the blows of the barbarians.
The Romans finally evacuated England in 408 AD
A new treasure of 159 solidi (Roman coins) found in St Albans (Hertfordshire, England) in October 2012 by a novice treasure hunter…
The treasure was buried at the end of the 4th century AD.
It contains the following emperors coins: ** Gratien ** Valentinian ** Theodosius ** Arcadius ** Honorius
At that time the Western Roman Empire was disappearing under the blows of the barbarians. The Romans evacuated permanently England in 408 a.d.
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