2017-05-23T08:02:27+01:00https://finds.org.uk/database/search/results/format/jsonhttps://finds.org.uk/database/search/results/format/xmlhttps://finds.org.uk/database/search/results/format/rsshttps://finds.org.uk/database/search/results/format/atomhttps://finds.org.uk/database/search/results/format/kmlhttps://finds.org.uk/database/search/results/format/geojsonhttps://finds.org.uk/database/search/results/format/qrcodehttps://finds.org.uk/database/search/results7348873467202016-01-07T10:59:06Z3ExactlyRO2676711Copper alloy4Constantinian_dynasty460Civil ParishPAS538C9F8D001872COIN7PAS568E44FA0016CDExactlyCertainBM-E451BDimages/vdrost/passports.intensely.divisible2016-01-07T11:00:06Z 3 copper alloy nummi of the House of Constantine (AD 307-361), dating to AD 330-335 (Reece Period 17). Reverse: GLORIA EXERCITVS, 2 standards. Uncertain mints. 171CertainGLORIA EXERCITVS 1Certain3ROMANVincent Drostx41218ROx41218Metal detectorStruck or hammered335PAS538C9F8D00187226767Vincent Drost4BMVincent Drost61DistrictCertain106271SpetisburyCentred on fieldSouth WestROMANTwo soldiers and two standardsDorset14451Vincent Drost[GLORIA EXERCITVS][...]North Dorset1CertainIllegibleHouse of Constantine100finds-760489Bust rightROMANRegularNummus (AE 1 - AE 4)Returned to finderCounty21Complete201241427121ROMAN7604893304132CertainBM-E44FA6x41218143622016-10-22T15:16:26.643Z2016-01-07T10:57:22Z1CircaMD2635294091911x17731Silver2015-08-28T23:00:00Z1Edward_I_of_EnglandCivil Parish00149A4802E011C9COIN22PAS568E4492001119Circa2015Certain2643743SUR-E4547Bimages/margaretb/fuses.fresh.lyrics2016-01-27T13:29:41Z A silver farthing of Edward I, 1280-1282, London mint. Withers 9-13, North 1053-1054. 1http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/Certain4Farthing: Edwardian class 3 (N 1053 / W 8-13)16830MEDIEVALMargaret Broomfieldx14221MDx142210.29Metal detectorStruck or hammered128200149A4802E011C955Margaret Broomfield4English coin short and long cross period 1180 - 1278SU1642SURDavid Williams11.5861Unitary AuthorityCertain117281-1.77249601From a paper mapSouth WestMEDIEVAL14Wiltshire43925Margaret BroomfieldB15-1171C[IVITAS] LONDON[ER] AN[GLIE]Wiltshire1Certain26351828132Edward I of England100finds-760488LondonMEDIEVALRegularFarthingReturned to finderUnitary Authority190329AmesburyComplete471550435241427129MEDIEVAL760488128051.177014671205CertainSUR-E44921B151171.JPGx14221439252016-10-22T15:16:26.643Z2016-01-07T10:56:45Z1CircaRO2676711Copper alloy1Constantinian_dynasty460Civil ParishPAS538C9F8D001872COIN7PAS568E446D001DB2CircaCertainBM-E44C05images/vdrost/passports.intensely.divisible2016-01-07T10:58:12Z Copper alloy contemporary copy of a nummus of the House of Constantine (AD 307-361), dating to c. AD 330-341 (Reece Period 17). Reverse: GLORIA EXERCITVS, 1 or 2 standards. 171CertainGLORIA EXERCITVS 1Certain3ROMANVincent Drostx41218ROx412180.67Metal detectorStruck or hammered341PAS538C9F8D00187226767Vincent Drost4BMVincent Drost41461DistrictCertain106271SpetisburyCentred on fieldSouth WestROMANTwo soldiers and one or two standardsDorset14451Vincent Drost[GLORIA EXERCITVS][...]North Dorset1CertainIllegibleHouse of Constantine100finds-760487Bust rightROMANContemporary copyNummus (AE 1 - AE 4)Returned to finderCounty21Complete202241427121ROMAN7604873301132CertainBM-E446DDx41218143622016-10-22T15:16:26.642Z2016-01-07T10:54:47Z1CircaOtherPM91911Copper alloy1Civil Parish00149A4802E011C9TOKENOther7PAS568E43F7001081CircaCertainSUR-E4433Bimages/margaretb/nourished.witless.century2016-01-27T13:27:57Z A Post Medieval copper-alloy trader's token issued by Anthony Wiseman of Winchester (Winton), c1657. Hants no.233. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/417659POST MEDIEVALMargaret Broomfieldx41047PMx410470.79Metal detectorStruck or hammered1670800149A4802E011C955Margaret Broomfield4SU5150SURDavid Williams17.0261961DistrictCertain10627Other1-1.27070479From a paper mapSouth EastPOST MEDIEVALHampshire17653Margaret BroomfieldB15-1170DRAPER IN WINTON 1657ANTHONY WISEMAN/AMWBasingstoke and Deane1Certain2781297923100finds-760486POST MEDIEVALToken halfpennyReturned to finderCounty36OvertonComplete66550433241421136POST MEDIEVAL760486165051.246900471CertainSUR-E43F70B151170.JPGx41047177652016-10-22T15:16:26.641Zfinds-760485760485PUBLIC-E43DCECOINROMANSilver denarius of Trajan, AD 98-117. Mint of Rome: AD 114-117 (Reece Period 5). Obverse: IMP CAES NER TRAIANO OPTIMO AVG GER DAC - Laureate and draped bust right. Reverse: P M TR P COS VI P P SPQR - Emperor or Mars standing right, foot on helmet, holding spear and parazonium. Diameter: 19.59mm; thickness: 1.71mm; weight: 2.05g. RIC II, p. 269, no. 355; BMC 559.This coin was submitted as potentially part of Treasure case 2016 T55 (LANCUM-E3BE5C) but it has to be excluded from the hoard.2121111141173PUBLICRecorders home address2016-01-07T10:54:20Z2016-10-31T22:00:52Z2.05PAS568E43DC001EFF19.591.71122164211PAS4CC819B800166300149BE41760141E1945414302563525635East Riding of YorkshireEast Riding of YorkshireEast YorkshirePUBLIC-E443FE25618025Laureate and draped bust rightIMP CAES NER TRAIANO OPTIMO AVG GER DACEmperor or Mars standing right, foot on helmet, holding spear and parazoniumP M TR P COS VI P P S P Q R5ric.2.tr.355Rome423025rome12843585x25706Denarius (Empire)TrajantrajanTrajan88067472Paul KingSam MoorheadSilver11728Struck or hammeredCompleteFairROMANx41218EarlyEarlyROMANx41218x41218Metal detectorReturned to finder after being declared not TreasureTrajan98AD.jpg547137images/fisher1266x/Paul King2016-10-31T22:00:52.904Z2016-01-07T10:51:45Z1CircaRO91911Copper alloy1Tetricus_ICivil Parish00149A4802E011C9COIN7PAS568E4341001D7ECircaCertainSUR-E43925images/margaretb/nourished.witless.century2016-01-27T13:24:00Z A Barbarous radiate of Tetricus I or Victorinus dating to the period AD 275-285 (Reece Period 13). The reverse type depicts a standing figure. 133Possibly417659ROMANMargaret Broomfieldx41218ROx412180.95Metal detectorStruck or hammered28500149A4802E011C955Margaret Broomfield4SU5150SURDavid Williams14.4761DistrictCertain106271tetricus_i-1.27070479From a paper mapSouth EastROMAN11425945A standing figureHampshire17653Margaret BroomfieldB15-1169Basingstoke and Deane1Certain27812979Tetricus I100finds-760484A radiate bust facing rightROMANContemporary copy (Barbarous radiate)Radiate (antoninianus)Returned to finderCounty21OvertonComplete265241421121ROMAN76048427551.24690047179CertainSUR-E4341Dx41218177652016-10-22T15:16:26.639Zfinds-760483760483PUBLIC-E42895COINROMANA Roman Republican silver denarius of Titus Carisius, dating to 46 BC (Reece Period 1). Obverse: Head of Juno Moneta right; MONETA behind. Reverse: anvil die with garlanded punch die above; on left, tongs; on right, hammer; T CARISIVS above. Mint of Rome. RRC, p. 475, no. 464/2.This coin was submitted as potentially part of Treasure case 2016 T55 (LANCUM-E3BE5C) but it has to be excluded from the hoard.21211-46-463PUBLICRecorders home address2016-01-07T10:48:41Z2017-03-14T16:47:14Z2.8PAS568E42890014CA16.851.83122164211PAS4CC819B8001663PAS4CC819B80016631945414302563525635East Riding of YorkshireEast Riding of YorkshireEast Yorkshirebrochure.promises.rekindle10PUBLIC-E42DC5242180188Head of Juno Moneta rightMONETA behindAnvil die with garlanded punch die above; on left, tongs; on right, hammer[T C]ARISIVS above128412rrc-464.2Rome423025rome12843585x25706Denarius (Roman Republic)RepublicPaul KingSam MoorheadSilver11728Struck or hammeredCompleteFairROMANx41218EarlyROMANx41218x41218Metal detectorReturned to finder after being declared not TreasureTitusCarisius46BC.jpg547133images/fisher1266x/Carisius, T.99295Paul King2017-03-14T16:47:14.998Z2016-01-07T10:48:11Z1CircaRO91911Copper alloy1Civil Parish00149A4802E011C9COIN7PAS568E426B00137ACircaCertainSUR-E42C23images/margaretb/nourished.witless.century2016-01-27T13:23:32Z A radiate of an uncertain Emperor dating to the period AD 260-290 (Reece Period 13-14). Possibly SPES AVG reverse type depicts a figure standing left. 1Certain417659ROMANMargaret Broomfieldx41218ROx412181.28Metal detectorStruck or hammered29000149A4802E011C955Margaret Broomfield4SU5150SURDavid Williams20.6861DistrictCertain106271-1.27070479From a paper mapSouth EastROMANA figure standing leftHampshire17653Margaret BroomfieldB15-1168Possibly SPES AVGBasingstoke and Deane1Certain27812979Radiate, Uncertain Ruler 260-296100finds-760482A radiate bust facing rightROMANRegularRadiate (antoninianus)Returned to finderCounty21OvertonComplete261241421121ROMAN76048226051.2469004712201CertainSUR-E426B3x41218177652016-10-22T15:16:26.636Z2016-01-07T10:47:05Z1ExactlyRO2676711Copper alloy4Constantinian_dynasty464Civil ParishPAS538C9F8D001872COIN7PAS568E422900141DExactlyCertainBM-E424BEimages/vdrost/passports.intensely.divisible2016-01-07T10:47:43Z Copper alloy contemporary copy of a nummus of the House of Constantine (AD 307-361), dating to AD 330-337 (Reece Period 17). Reverse: Victory left on prow (CONSTANTINOPOLIS). 171CertainVictory left on prow [CONSTANTINOPOLIS]1Certain3ROMANVincent Drostx41218ROx412181.13Metal detectorStruck or hammered337PAS538C9F8D00187226767Vincent Drost4BMVincent Drost61361DistrictCertain106271SpetisburyCentred on fieldSouth WestROMANVictory left on prowDorset14451Vincent Drost[...]North Dorset1CertainIllegibleHouse of Constantine100finds-760481Helmeted bust left with sceptre on shoulderROMANContemporary copyNummus (AE 1 - AE 4)Returned to finderCounty21Complete202241427121ROMAN7604813304132CertainBM-E42294x41218143622016-10-22T15:16:26.635Z2016-01-07T10:44:54Z1CircaMD2635294091911x17731Silver1John_of_EnglandCivil Parish00149A4802E011C9COIN22PAS568E41A6001F0ECircaCertain2643743SUR-E41FE8images/margaretb/nourished.witless.century2016-01-27T13:14:33Z A silver penny of John, London mint. Class 5b2, 1205-1207. 1http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/Certain4Short cross class 5b2 (N 970 ii)17659MEDIEVALMargaret Broomfieldx14221MDx142211.19Metal detectorStruck or hammered120900149A4802E011C955Margaret Broomfield4English coin short and long cross period 1180 - 1278SU5150SURDavid Williams18.23101DistrictCertain117281-1.27070479GPS (from the finder)South EastMEDIEVAL14Hampshire17653Margaret BroomfieldB15-1167WILLELM.T.ON.LVHENRICVS REXBasingstoke and Deane1Certain27812979132John of England1finds-760480LondonMEDIEVALRegularPennyReturned to finderCounty166529OvertonComplete511550426241421129MEDIEVAL760480120451.246900471203CertainSUR-E41A6EB151167.JPGx14221177652016-10-22T15:16:26.634Z2016-01-07T10:44:40Z1ExactlyRO2676711Copper alloy4Constantinian_dynasty464Civil ParishPAS538C9F8D001872COIN7PAS568E41980014E3ExactlyCertainBM-E41F44images/vdrost/passports.intensely.divisible2016-01-07T10:46:26Z Copper alloy nummus of the House of Constantine (AD 307-361), dating to AD 330-337 (Reece Period 17). Reverse: Victory left on prow (CONSTANTINOPOLIS). Uncertain mint. 171CertainVictory left on prow [CONSTANTINOPOLIS]1Certain3ROMANVincent Drostx41218ROx412181.29Metal detectorStruck or hammered337PAS538C9F8D00187226767Vincent Drost4BMVincent Drost71661DistrictCertain106271SpetisburyCentred on fieldSouth WestROMANVictory left on prowDorset14451Vincent Drost[CONSTAN-TINOPOLIS]North Dorset1CertainIllegibleHouse of Constantine100finds-760479Helmeted bust left with sceptre on shoulderROMANRegularNummus (AE 1 - AE 4)Returned to finderCounty21Complete201241427121ROMAN7604793304132CertainBM-E41985x41218143622016-10-22T15:16:26.633Z106272016-01-07T10:43:22Z17CircaPM120111Silver2015-12-02T00:00:00Z1Civil Parish0014912D58801B36BUCKLE22PAS568E414A001FAECirca2015CertainYORYM-E41647images/bmorris/lucky.fled.half2016-01-14T14:39:48Z TREASURE CASE : 2016 T16. A complete silver buckle of post-medieval date. The object is a shoe buckle consisting of a sub-rectangular silver frame with rounded corners and swellings to the interior edges of either loop. The frame also swells at the centre from which an integral spindle extends. A separate copper alloy sub-ovate chape remains looped around the spindle, though one of the two loops by which it is secured is now broken. The remains of an iron rivet remain to the attachment end of the chape. Dimensions: Length: 29.6mm; Width: 17.4mm; Thickness: 3.1mm; Weight: 3.2g. Discussion: This form of buckle is illustrated in Whitehead (1996), p.103. No.661-663 though these examples have separate spindles rather than integral as with the present example, which is relatively unusual. Conclusion: On balance of probability, the buckle is more than 300 years old. Therefore in terms of age and as the object contains a minimum of 10% precious metal it qualifies as Treasure under the stipulations of the Treasure Act 1996. References: Whitehead, R. (1996) Buckles 1250 - 1800. Essex: Greenlight Publishing. 17.4http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/4415922016T16POST MEDIEVALRebecca Griffithsx41047PMx410473.2Metal detector17200014912D58801B361201Rebecca Griffiths41TA1669Copper alloyYORYMRebecca Griffiths6Unitary AuthorityCertain117281-0.22738757From finderYorkshire and the HumberPOST MEDIEVALEast Riding of Yorkshire25635Rebecca GriffithsYMT : E0464529.6East Riding of Yorkshire2326353248100finds-760478POST MEDIEVALSubmitted for consideration as TreasureUnitary Authority36Bridlington3.1Complete54828441430136POST MEDIEVAL760478169054.103818621CertainYORYM-E414AF2016T16.jpgx41047256352016-10-22T15:16:26.631ZGilded2016-01-07T10:43:13Z141CircaMD2890611Copper alloy2014-11-01T00:00:00Z1Civil ParishPAS53BE4D080017FFMOUNT7PAS568E414100171FCirca2014CertainLIN-E41755images/denisewilding1/grid.hoofs.coping2016-01-14T21:34:07Z A copper alloy medieval to post medieval mount dating to the period c.AD 1300-1700. The mount is circular in plan with a series of three worn borders enclosing a six pointed star. The star has red enamel at its centre with the points depicted in white enamel. It is placed on a field of blue enamel stylised lines. Traces of gilding are present on the surface. The reverse is flat and undecorated with an integral central projection, circular in cross section. Cf. Read (2001), p. 31, no. 229 which while not identical bears similarities. The mount measures 40.41mm in diameter, 2.44mm in thickness and weighs 19.87g. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/45552POST MEDIEVALDenise Wildingx41047PMx1422119.87Metal detector1700PAS53BE4D080017FF28906Denise Wilding4TF0635EnamelLINDenise Wilding40.416DistrictCertain106271-0.42551637From finderEast MidlandsPOST MEDIEVALLincolnshire5542Denise WildingNorth Kesteven126349715100finds-760477POST MEDIEVALReturned to finderCounty36Walcot Near Folkingham2.44Complete54847441423136MEDIEVAL760477130052.901995741CertainLIN-E41417LINE41417.jpgx4104759422016-10-22T15:16:26.63Z2016-01-07T10:42:12Z1ExactlyRO2676711Copper alloy4Constantinian_dynasty463Civil ParishPAS538C9F8D001872COIN7PAS568E4104001FC4ExactlyCertainBM-E41568images/vdrost/passports.intensely.divisible2016-01-07T10:43:52Z Copper alloy nummus of the House of Constantine (AD 307-361), dating to AD 330-337 (Reece Period 17). Reverse: Wolf and twins (VRBS ROMA). Uncertain mint. 171CertainWolf and Twins [VRBS ROMA]1Certain3ROMANVincent Drostx41218ROx412181.07Metal detectorStruck or hammered337PAS538C9F8D00187226767Vincent Drost4BMVincent Drost61561DistrictCertain106271SpetisburyCentred on fieldSouth WestROMANWolf and twinsDorset14451Vincent Drost[VRBS-ROMA]North Dorset1CertainIllegibleHouse of Constantine100finds-760476Helmeted bust leftROMANRegularNummus (AE 1 - AE 4)Returned to finderCounty21Complete201241427121ROMAN7604763304132CertainBM-E4104Fx41218143622016-10-22T15:16:26.629Z2016-01-07T10:38:08Z1Circa389-397IA91911Copper alloy1Civil Parish00149A4802E011C950COIN7PAS568E40100018DBCircaCertainRegional importanceSUR-E41219images/margaretb/holly.meanings.crackles2016-01-27T13:10:54Z A copper-alloy Iron Age French Gallic 'Champagne Wild Man' potin of the Senones of South Champagne and North Burgundy. ABC 103, BMC 389-397. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/417659IRON AGEMargaret Broomfieldx13992IAx139923.67Metal detectorStruck or hammered000149A4802E011C955Margaret Broomfield4Gaulish (East Central) ContinentalSU5050SURDavid Williams18101DistrictCertain10627103.041-1.28503061GPS (from the finder)South EastIRON AGEA horse going left with its tail raisedHampshire17653Margaret BroomfieldB15-1166Basingstoke and Deane11Certain263508201finds-760475A bust facing right with 'wild' hairIRON AGERegularPotin (Cast bronze)Returned to finderCounty16OvertonComplete2155042323641421116IRON AGE760475-10051.246988821SenonesCertainSUR-E40108B151166.JPGx13992177652016-10-22T15:16:26.627Z110192016-01-07T10:33:00Z18CircaRO91911Copper alloy1Civil Parish00149A4802E011C9BROOCH7PAS568E3EDC001A06CircaCertainRegional importanceSUR-E3F337images/margaretb/playfully.setting.regard2016-01-27T13:09:13Z A complete Roman copper-alloy 'applied bow' brooch. The applied bow itself has six decorated panels and is held in place by two long bent rivets on the hollow underside of the bow. The brooch has decorative angled roll mouldings on the ends of the side wings and three transverse grooves on the outer fold of the catchplate. The axial bar is of iron and a there is a deep groove along the upper face of the bow in which the applied component sits. Brooches of this type are mainly found in western England. 44.94http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/416830ROMANMargaret Broomfieldx41218ROx4121830.28Metal detectorCast20000149A4802E011C955Margaret Broomfield4SU1841IronSURDavid Williams10Unitary AuthorityCertain1062741-1.7439355GPS (from the finder)South WestROMANWiltshire43925Margaret BroomfieldB15-116564.44Wiltshire1126351826Applied bow1finds-760474ROMANReturned to finderUnitary Authority21AmesburyComplete550421141427121ROMAN7604744351.167963721CertainSUR-E3EDC9B151165b.JPGx41218439252016-10-22T15:16:26.626Z2016-01-07T10:28:34Z1CircaRO91911Copper alloy2015-09-14T23:00:00Z1Civil Parish00149A4802E011C9VESSEL7PAS568E3DD2001A79Circa2015CertainSUR-E3E3CCimages/margaretb/interlude.putts.film2016-01-27T12:58:07Z A Roman copper-alloy U-shaped handle with five central ridges, expanding in size to the central ridge. The handle has a separate attached rivetted loop measuring 14.24mm long. This may be a handle from a sheet metal vessel. An alternative explanation is that this could be a carrying handle from a helmet. 21.84http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/48284ROMANMargaret Broomfieldx41218ROx4121810.18Metal detectorCast41000149A4802E011C955Margaret Broomfield2SU6986SURDavid Williams10DistrictCertain106271-1.00586205GPS (from the finder)South EastROMANOxfordshire8253Margaret BroomfieldB15-116452.72South Oxfordshire1263508841finds-760473ROMANReturned to finderCounty21NettlebedIncomplete550412141421121ROMAN7604734351.568659991CertainSUR-E3DD2AB151164.JPGx4121883282016-10-22T15:16:26.622ZWhite metal coated2016-01-07T10:27:48Z1CircaMD198711Copper alloy2015-12-09T00:00:00Z2015-11-22T00:00:00Z4Civil Parish0013EA168E001AD4BUTTON7PAS568E3DA4001A52Exactly2015CertainNMS-E3E637images/pitching.crescendo.revived2016-01-07T10:32:46Z Medieval copper alloy (high-tin bronze or tin coated) button, solid flattened globular or bi-convex head with embedded wire loop. Diameter 9mm. Thickness/length 7mm (with loop 10mm). c.1230 - c.1450. (detected '3.5 hours old stubble') 46735MEDIEVALSteven Ashleyx14221MDx14221Metal detectorCast14500013EA168E001AD41987Steven Ashley4TG1707NMSSteven Ashley98DistrictCertain106272483311.20412615MEDIEVALNorfolk6724Steven AshleyAMD12201510South Norfolk12634999510finds-760472MEDIEVALReturned to finderCounty29ColneyComplete1129MEDIEVAL760472123052.617385541CertainNMS-E3DA4Ax1422172382016-10-22T15:16:26.621Z2016-01-07T10:25:28Z1CircaBA91911Copper alloy2015-09-26T23:00:00Z1Civil Parish00149A4802E011C9METAL WORKING DEBRIS7PAS568E3D180012EDCirca2015CertainSUR-E3D2BDimages/margaretb/tacky.calm.stow2016-01-27T12:47:36Z A circular copper-alloy casting well with a stub of a narrow jet set centrally. This object may be of Bronze Age date but could be later. 23.82http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/417822BRONZE AGEMargaret Broomfieldx13712BAx1371224.84Metal detectorCast-60000149A4802E011C955Margaret Broomfield4SU3247SURDavid Williams10DistrictPossibly106273-1.54317323GPS (from the finder)South EastBRONZE AGEHampshire43511Margaret BroomfieldB15-116327.89Test Valley1263518141finds-760470BRONZE AGEReturned to finderCounty13Penton Grafton12.92Complete550410141421313BRONZE AGE760470-150051.221304471PossiblySUR-E3D183B151163.JPGx13712177652016-10-22T15:16:26.619Z2016-01-07T10:22:18Z1CircaRO91911Copper alloy2015-09-26T23:00:00Z1Tetricus_IICivil Parish00149A4802E011C9COIN7PAS568E3C5A001369Circa2015CertainSUR-E3CAE4images/margaretb/tacky.calm.stow2016-01-27T12:44:11Z A radiate possibly of Tetricus II dating to the period AD 272-274 (Reece Period 13). Possibly SPES AVG reverse type depicts a figure standing left. 133Possibly417822ROMANMargaret Broomfieldx41218ROx412181.47Metal detectorStruck or hammered27400149A4802E011C955Margaret Broomfield4SU3247SURDavid Williams17.87101DistrictCertain106271tetricus_ii-1.54317323GPS (from the finder)South EastROMANA figure standing leftHampshire43511Margaret BroomfieldB15-1162Possibly SPES AVGTest Valley1Certain26351814Tetricus II1finds-760468A radiate bust facing rightROMANRegularRadiate (antoninianus)Returned to finderCounty21Penton GraftonComplete261241421121ROMAN76046827251.22130447180CertainSUR-E3C5A3x41218177652016-10-22T15:16:26.617Z