HOARD

Unique ID: IARCH-449365

Workflow status: Published Find published

Known as

Goodnestone I

Quantity summary

  • Coins in hoard: 10

Chronology

Broad period: ROMAN

Coin chronology

Last ruler: Constantine I
Last Reece period: Period 15 The Tetrarchy (296-317)
Date from: AD 316
Date to: AD 316
Terminal reason: Date of latest coin


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Coin summary

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Period Ruler Denomination Mint From To Quantity
ROMAN Constantine I Nummus (AE 1 - AE 4) Lugdunum AD 309 AD 310 1
ROMAN Maximian I Nummus (AE 1 - AE 4) Lugdunum AD 298 AD 298 1
ROMAN Galerius Nummus (AE 1 - AE 4) Londinium AD 307 AD 307 1
ROMAN Licinius I Nummus (AE 1 - AE 4) Londinium AD 310 AD 312 1
ROMAN Constantine I Nummus (AE 1 - AE 4) Londinium AD 307 AD 310 2
ROMAN Constantine I Nummus (AE 1 - AE 4) Trier AD 310 AD 316 4

Coin data quality rating: Good (Grade 3)

Description

9 nummi and 1 half-nummus to AD 316. Selected from a group of 644 site finds as a possible hoard, scattered over an area of 50m2. TAR 2001, 193; NC 2002, 21.

Notes

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Subsequent actions

Current location of find: Canterbury Archaeological Trust

Materials of coins and artefacts in the hoard

  • Copper alloy

Discovery dates

Date(s) of discovery: Saturday 1st January 1994 - Thursday 31st December 1998

Personal details

Recorded by: Dr Eleanor Ghey

Other reference numbers

Legacy hoard number: 1078

Spatial metadata

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

Spatial coordinates


Grid reference source: Centred on village (which isn't a parish)
Unmasked grid reference accurate to a 10000 metre square.

Discovery metadata

Method of discovery: Metal detector
General landuse: Cultivated land

Archaeological information

Background

This hoard comes from a known archaeological site.

Context details

Recovery method: Field survey

References cited

Audit data

Recording Institution: IARCH
Created: 4 years ago
Updated: 4 years ago

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