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COIN

Unique ID: KENT-605F23

Object type certainty: Certain
Workflow status: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation

Subsequent actions

Subsequent action after recording: Returned to finder

Chronology

Broad period: ROMAN
Period from: ROMAN
Date from: Circa AD 161
Date to: Circa AD 180

Dimensions and weight

Quantity: 1
Length: 31 mm
Width: 30 mm
Weight: 19.4 g
Diameter: 31 mm

Discovery dates

Date(s) of discovery: Monday 1st March 2004

Personal details

Recorded by: Dr Andrew Richardson
Identified by: Dr Andrew Richardson
Secondary identifier: Mr Martin Miles

Materials and construction

Primary material: Copper alloy
Manufacture method: Struck or hammered

Coin data (numismatics)

Denomination: Dupondius or as
Denomination qualifier: Possibly
Ruler/issuer: Marcus Aurelius (as Caesar)
Primary ruler qualifier: Probably
Reece period: Period 7 [138-161]
Obverse description: Emperor's bust right.

Reverse description: Figure standing left.

Coin references

No coin references available.

Spatial metadata

Region: South East (European Region)
County or Unitary authority: Kent (County)
District: Dover (District)
To be known as: RINGWOULD

Spatial coordinates


Grid reference source: From a paper map
Unmasked grid reference accurate to a 10 metre square.

Discovery metadata

Method of discovery: Metal detector
General landuse: Cultivated land
Specific landuse: Character undetermined

References cited

No references cited so far.

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Audit data

Recording Institution: KENT
Created: 15 years ago
Updated: 8 years ago

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