The South Norfolk Hoard

Approximately 190 roman silver denarii dating to the 1st century AD found scattered in plough soil over several years.

This exciting find dates from circa 61AD, a time when East Anglia was in turmoil, with figures like Boudicca and the mighty Roman army battling for control it is hardly any wonder that the owner of these coins decided to bury them for safe keeping. The lack of contemporary Iron Age coins, often buried alongside Roman issues, implies that this hoard was deposited or lost by a Roman.

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