2017-05-22T18:13:03+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/results4789916202011-12-22T12:30:32Z1CircaMD19511Copper alloy2011-11-02T00:00:00Z1001421F36B8019CABUCKLE7PAS4EF322E6001663CircaCertainHAMP-322F55images/rwebley/2011-12-22T12:44:00Z A single-looped cast copper-alloy buckle of medieval date, incomplete in as much as it is missing its pin. The buckle is of oval form with an offset and narrowed pin bar. There are mouldings at the ends of the pin bar. The frame is bevelled externally and internally on its upper surface; the latter is far steeper. The lower surface is flatter but slightly bevelled both externally and internally. The frame is of a mid-green colour with some small patches of lighter corrosion product. A buckle of similar form and dimensions can be found illustrated in Egan and Pritchard (1991, 70; fig. 42). 28.85http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/4Robert Webleyx14221MDx142212.76Metal detectorCast1400001421F36B8019CA195Robert Webley2SU6155HAMPRobert Webley6DistrictCertain106271-1.126599Generated from computer mapping softwareSouth EastHampshire17653Robert WebleyE320715.9Basingstoke and Deane126350818single-looped100finds-478744MEDIEVALReturned to finderCounty29BASINGSTOKE2.75Incomplete3614851414211MEDIEVAL478744125051.2908751CertainHAMP-322E63HAMP-322E63singleloopedbuckle.jpg177652016-10-22T15:12:28.441Z2011-12-22T12:29:16Z1CircaMD4611Silver2011-06-29T23:00:00Z2011-01-01T00:00:00Z1Henry_III_of_EnglandCivil Parish0013EBA352A017D7COIN22PAS4EF3229C001ADCCirca2011CertainGLO-323981images/kadams/2011-12-22T15:57:00Z Cut half penny of Henry III Class IIIc 1248-1250 length 19mm, width 9mm, weight 0.58g Obverse: bust facing forward (no sceptre) (only the bottom half of the bust remains) Obverse inscription: RICNS REX Reverse: Long cross voided Reverse inscription: HEN/RIC Moneyer: Henry Mint: Unknown. 19http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/Certain4Long cross class 3c (N 988)Kurt Adamsx14221MDx142210.58Metal detectorStruck or hammered12500013EBA352A017D746Kurt Adams4English coin short and long cross period 1180 - 1278GLOKurt Adams8Unitary AuthorityCertain117281BackwellFrom finderSouth WestLong cross voided14North Somerset25504Kurt Adams4916HEN/RIC19RICNS REXNorth Somerset11419Henry III of England10finds-478743Unknownbust facing forward (no sceptre) (only the bottom half of the bust remains)MEDIEVALRegularCut halfpennyReturned to finderUnitary Authority170829Complete5013614842414271MEDIEVAL47874312481204CertainGLO-3229C54916CuthalfpennyofHenryIII.jpg255042016-10-22T15:12:28.44Z2011-12-22T12:23:25Z1CircaPM4611Silver2011-06-29T23:00:00Z2011-01-01T00:00:00Z1Henry_VIII_of_EnglandCivil Parish0013EBA352A017D7COIN22PAS4EF32139001020Circa2011CertainGLO-322061images/kadams/2011-12-22T15:59:00Z A complete silver testoon of Henry VIII. Third Coinage, mintmark: pellet in annulet, AD 1544-47 (North 1975, 89, ref. 1841). Diameter 32mm, thickness 1.2mm, weight 6.2mm Obverse: Crowned bearded bust facing Obverse inscription: hENRIC 8 D G AGL FRA Z HIB REX Reverse: Crowned rose with crowned H and R at sides. Reverse inscription: POSVI DEVM ADIVTORIVM MEVM 1http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/Certain4Testoon: Henry VIII, 1544-1547 (N1841 - 1843)Kurt Adamsx41047PMx410476.2Metal detectorStruck or hammered15470013EBA352A017D746Kurt Adams4English coin early Modern 1489 - 1660GLOKurt Adams3281Unitary AuthorityCertain117281LoxtonFrom finderSouth WestCrowned rose with crowned H and R at sides.17North Somerset25504Kurt Adams4915POSVI DEVM ADIVTORIVM MEVMhENRIC 8 D G AGL FRA Z HIB REXNorth Somerset1CertainHenry VIII of England10finds-478742Crowned bearded bust facingPOST MEDIEVALRegularTestoonReturned to finderUnitary Authority2301361.2Complete53013614832414271POST MEDIEVAL47874215441218CertainGLO-3213904915testoonofHenryVIII.jpg255042016-10-22T15:12:28.439Z2011-12-22T12:19:48Z1CircaRO120111Copper alloy1Civil Parish0014912D58801B36BROOCH7PAS4EF32064001352CircaCertainYORYM-3208A1images/bmorris/2012-01-11T10:22:00Z An incomplete cast copper alloy umbonate brooch of Roman date. The brooch is circular and conical, having a concave reverse. The front of the brooch is decorated with a ring of triangular cells surrounding a central ring and dot motif. The twelve triangular cells are filled with alternating blue and red enamel and point inwards. The central ring and dot cells are empty and there is a groove running around the edge of the brooch. The edge of the brooch has two circular lobes at opposite points on the outer edge the frame. These mark the orientation of the hinge and catchplate on the reverse of the brooch. On the reverse of one protrusion the double lug hinge projects with the catchplate remains on the reverse of the opposite projection. The pin no longer remains. The metal has a mid brownish-green patina and is worn. The brooch is 27.7mm long, 17.7mm in diameter, 5.7mm thick and weighs 4.2g. Similar examples are illustrated in Hattatt, p.350, fig.209 and are dated to AD 100 - 250. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/4Rebecca Griffithsx41218ROx412184.2Metal detectorCast2500014912D58801B361201Rebecca Griffiths2YORYMRebecca Griffiths17.76Unitary AuthorityCertain106271Bishop BurtonFrom finderYorkshire and the HumberEast Riding of Yorkshire25635Rebecca Griffiths27.7East Riding of Yorkshire1Umbonate100finds-478741ROMANReturned to finderUnitary Authority215.7Incomplete3630971414301ROMAN4787411001CertainYORYM-320642DSY0203.jpg256352016-10-22T15:12:28.438ZWhite metal coated2011-12-22T12:16:39Z1ExactlyRO19511Copper alloy2011-11-02T00:00:00Z4Constantine_II_(emperor)418001421F36B8019CACOIN7PAS4EF31FA6001F18ExactlyCertainHAMP-31FCF1images/rwebley/2011-12-22T12:22:00Z A worn and corroded 4th-century silver-washed copper-alloy Roman nummus probably of Constantine II as Caesar, 'BEATA TRANQVILLITAS', uncertain mint (318-324 AD; Reece period issue 16) 162BEATA TRANQVILLITAS17.45http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/Probably4Robert Webleyx41218ROx412182.25Metal detectorStruck or hammered324001421F36B8019CA195Robert Webley4SU6155HAMPRobert Webley561DistrictCertain106271constantine_ii-1.126599Generated from computer mapping softwareSouth East82697127Globe set on votive altar, inscribed 'VOT/IS/XX'; above, three starsHampshire17653Robert WebleyE3207BEATA TRAN-QVILLITAS18.2...V...N...B...Basingstoke and Deane1CertainIllegible26350818Constantine II100finds-478740Bust radiate and cuirassed facing leftROMANRegularNummus (AE 1 - AE 4)Returned to finderCounty21BASINGSTOKE1.95Complete2013614822414211ROMAN47874031851.2908754107CertainHAMP-31FA68HAMP-31FA68CIInummusBT.jpg177652016-10-22T15:12:28.438Z2011-12-22T12:15:16Z1CircaBA4611Flint2011-06-29T23:00:00Z2011-01-01T00:00:00Z1Civil Parish0013EBA352A017D7LITHIC IMPLEMENT10PAS4EF31F520013BFCirca2011CertainGLO-31FA27images/kadams/2011-12-22T16:00:00Z Flint scraper length 28mm, width 26mm, thickness 6mm. Rough, abrupt retouch on the forward end creating a curved working edge. Low angled retouch on the left, possibly where it was used as a cutting tool. Brown flint . Bulb of percussion on the ventral, negative bulb on the dorsal. Date Early Bronze Age. 26http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/4Kurt Adamsx13712BAx13712Metal detectorKnapped/flaked-18000013EBA352A017D746Kurt Adams4GLOKurt Adams6Unitary AuthorityCertain108371WraxallFrom finderSouth WestNorth Somerset25504Kurt Adams491428North Somerset1scraper100finds-478739BRONZE AGEReturned to finderUnitary Authority136Complete3614814414271BRONZE AGE478739-22001CertainGLO-31F5224914flintscraper.JPG255042016-10-22T15:12:28.437Z2011-12-22T12:09:46Z1CircaPM4611Lead Alloy2011-06-29T23:00:00Z2011-01-01T00:00:00Z1Civil Parish0013EBA352A017D7POWDER FLASK25PAS4EF31E0A001397Circa2011CertainGLO-31E5C1images/kadams/2011-12-22T12:13:00Z A lead alloy powder flask cap. Length 22mm, width 18mm, thickness 15mm weight -13.25g. Oval pan (now flattened) with two loops at the top. The cap probably dates to the 17th century (Courtney, P. 1988 'Small Arms Accessories of the mid Seventeenth Century' Finds Research Group Datasheet 11). 18http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/4Kurt Adamsx41047PMx4104713.25Metal detectorCast17000013EBA352A017D746Kurt Adams4GLOKurt Adams8Unitary AuthorityCertain110951LoxtonFrom finderSouth WestNorth Somerset25504Kurt Adams491322North Somerset110finds-478737POST MEDIEVALReturned to finderUnitary Authority3615Complete3614801414271POST MEDIEVAL47873716001CertainGLO-31E0A24913powderflaskcap.JPG255042016-10-22T15:12:28.436Z2011-12-22T12:06:44Z1CircaPM350311Copper alloy2010-10-21T23:00:00Z1Civil Parish00147A6E84C016EBBUCKLE7PAS4EF31D540019C8Circa2010CertainHAMP-31DE87images/jennie/2012-08-07T13:34:18Z An incomplete cast copper-alloy double-looped buckle of Post-medieval date. The buckle is broadly oval in plan, the loops are bevelled internally and expands outwards towards the centre of each loop. Each loop projects outwards at a forty five degree angle. Both loops are decorated with shallow raised decoration, one loop is decorated with a number of raised vertical rectangular sections, the other is decorated with a number of raised curved horizontal lines. Two circular knops are visible at either end of the pin bar which is broadly rectangular in cross section. The pin is missing. 30.85http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/417523Jennifer Hughesx41047PMx410476.8Metal detectorCast165000147A6E84C016EB487Jennie Hughes2SU6433HAMPRichard Henry6DistrictCertain106271-1.087497Generated from computer mapping softwareSouth EastHampshire17315Jennifer HughesE309436.6East Hampshire126351755100finds-478736POST MEDIEVALReturned to finderCounty36Ropley6Incomplete3896101414212POST MEDIEVAL478736155051.0927481ProbablyHAMP-31D545HAMP-31D545.jpg177652016-10-22T15:12:28.435Z2011-12-22T12:06:14Z1CircaEM4611Copper alloy2011-06-29T23:00:00Z2011-01-01T00:00:00Z1Civil Parish0013EBA352A017D7STIRRUP7PAS4EF31D33001C64Circa2011CertainGLO-31D952images/kadams/2015-02-04T13:01:16Z Cast copper alloy stirrup strap mount, Length 50mm, width 24mm, thickness 7mm, weight 15.09g. The artefact has a rough pentagonal shape in plan, one point is elongated and form the top edge, there is a rivet hole at its apex with is encrusted in iron corrosion. The face appears to be plain, but it is heavily corroded which may have removed any decoration. At the bottom of the plate are two rivet holes, both of which are encrusted in iron corrosion. Similar stirrup strap mounts have been recorded by David Williams' 1997: Late Saxon Stirrup Mounts, which proposes a classification. This example fits into Williams' Group A Type 5. An example with silver inlayed wire can be seen in cat. No. 503. See HESH-36EB44 for a similar example. 24http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/4Kurt Adamsx41022EMx4102215.09Metal detectorCast11000013EBA352A017D713953Kurt Adams4GLORobert Webley8Unitary AuthorityCertain106271WraxallFrom finderSouth WestNorth Somerset25504Kurt Adams491250North Somerset1strap mount10finds-478735EARLY MEDIEVALReturned to finderUnitary Authority477Complete3614791414271EARLY MEDIEVALWilliams Class A, Type 547873510001CertainGLO-31D3364912stirrupstrapmount.jpg255042016-10-22T15:12:28.434Z2011-12-22T12:03:16Z1CircaPM88011Copper alloy1London Borough Ward001491831A001DDAHOOKED TAG7PAS4EF31C82001C04CircaCertainLON-341491images/kcreed/2012-01-23T18:23:00Z A Post Medieval copper alloy hooked tag. It is composite with a sheet metal hook and loop soldered onto the reverse of a die-stamped front plate. The trefoil front plate is composed of three hollow-domed bosses with central recessed dots and incised frill edges. These three bosses are separated by bars radiating from a central domed rivet; each of the bars has a central linear groove. The reverse of the front plate is filled with solder which secures the hook and the loop. The hook is constructed from a length of copper sheet with a sharpened point. It measures 24.1mm (length) x 17.8mm (width) x 10.5mm (thickness) and it weighs 4.05g. This is a Read Class D Type 6 trefoil hooked tag (2008, 75-81), which he dates to the 16th century AD. 17.8http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/410977POST MEDIEVALKath Creedx41047PMx410474.05Metal detector1600001491831A001DDA880Kath Creed4TQ3380LONKath Creed8London BoroughCertain106271-0.085156GPS (From FLO)LondonPOST MEDIEVALGreater London Authority11185Kath Creed24.1Tower Hamlets12827219510finds-478734POST MEDIEVALReturned to finderGreater London Authority36St. Katharine's and Wapping10.5Complete36149841428136POST MEDIEVAL478734150051.5032931CertainLON-31C826LON-31C826hookedtag.jpgx41047414412016-10-22T15:12:28.433Z2011-12-22T12:02:38Z1CircaPM4611Copper alloy2011-06-29T23:00:00Z2011-01-01T00:00:00Z1Civil Parish0013EBA352A017D7STRAP FITTING7PAS4EF31C5E001881Circa2011CertainGLO-31C9D5images/kadams/2011-12-22T12:03:00Z Cast copper alloy strap mount Diameter 15mm, thickness 4mm, weight 2.14g. Quatrefoil mount. The reverse in concave, the two bent prongs/lug for attachment. Date 17th century. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/4Kurt Adamsx41047PMx410472.14Metal detectorCast17000013EBA352A017D746Kurt Adams4GLOKurt Adams158Unitary AuthorityCertain106271WraxallFrom finderSouth WestNorth Somerset25504Kurt Adams4911North Somerset110finds-478733POST MEDIEVALReturned to finderUnitary Authority364Complete3614781414271POST MEDIEVAL47873316001CertainGLO-31C5E44911strapmount.jpg255042016-10-22T15:12:28.433Z2011-12-22T11:57:57Z1CircaMD263529404611x17731Silver2011-06-29T23:00:00Z2011-01-01T00:00:00Z1Edward_I_of_EnglandCivil Parish0013EBA352A017D7COIN22PAS4EF31B45001223Circa2011Certain2643743GLO-31BE48images/kadams/2011-12-22T12:00:00Z Silver penny of Edward I Class 10 Date 1301-1310 Diameter 17.1mm, weight 1.02g Obverse: crowned bust facing forwards Obverse inscription: EDW[...]L DNS HYB Reverse: long cross with three pellets in each angle Reverse inscription: CIVI/TAS/LON/DON Mint: London http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/4Edwardian class 10 (N 1038-1043), not further definedKurt Adamsx14221MDx142211.02Metal detectorStruck or hammered13100013EBA352A017D746Kurt Adams4English coin Edwardian type 1279 - 1377GLOKurt Adams17.18Unitary AuthorityCertain117281WraxallFrom finderSouth Westlong cross with three pellets in each angle15North Somerset25504Kurt Adams4910CIVI/TAS/LON/DONEDW[…]L DNS HYB North Somerset1132Edward I of England10finds-478732Londoncrowned bust facing forwardsMEDIEVALRegularPennyReturned to finderUnitary Authority181029Complete5113614772414271MEDIEVAL47873213011205CertainGLO-31B4514910pennyofEdwardI.jpg255042016-10-22T15:12:28.432Z2011-12-22T11:47:07Z1ExactlyRO48711Copper alloy2010-10-22T23:00:00Z2010-10-14T23:00:00Z4Constantinian_dynasty498Civil Parish00144900DEE01B9CCOIN7PAS4EF318BB00146AExactly As this coin has been examined in person by the PAS Finds Adviser no image has been made of it. 2010CertainHAMP-318E50images/rhenry/2012-08-07T13:35:53Z A Roman copper-alloy nummus of the House of Constantine, 'FEL TEMP REPERATIO' reverse, Soldier spearing fallen horseman, uncertain mint (Reece Issue Period 18; 353-361 AD) 18FEL TEMP REPARATIO417523Richard Henryx41218ROx412181.45Metal detectorStruck or hammered36100144900DEE01B9C487Richard Henry4SU6434HAMPRichard Henry16.761DistrictCertain106271-1.08732From finderSouth EastSoldier spearing fallen horsemanHampshire17315Richard HenryE3094[FEL TEMP REPA]RA[TIO]IllegibleEast Hampshire1Certain26351755House of Constantine100finds-478731BustROMANRegularNummus (AE 1 - AE 4)Returned to finderCounty21Ropley1.35Complete2012414211ROMAN47873135351.1017394132CertainHAMP-318BB2177652016-10-22T15:12:28.431Z2011-12-22T11:38:51Z1CircaRO4611Copper2011-06-29T23:00:00Z2011-01-01T00:00:00Z1Constantinian_dynasty463Civil Parish0013EBA352A017D7COIN53PAS4EF316CB0013BACirca2011CertainGLO-31ADF3images/kadams/2011-12-22T11:56:00Z Copper alloy nummus of the house of Constantine Date 330-340 Diameter 16mm, weight 1.11g Obverse: helmeted bust facing left Obverse inscription: VERBS ROMA Reverse: wolf and twins Reverse inscription: none Contrition: fine 171Wolf and Twins [VRBS ROMA]http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/Certain4Kurt Adamsx41218ROx412181.11Metal detectorStruck or hammered3400013EBA352A017D746Kurt Adams4GLOKurt Adams1681Unitary AuthorityCertain106261WraxallFrom finderSouth Westwolf and twinsNorth Somerset25504Kurt Adams4909none VERBS ROMA North Somerset1CertainHouse of Constantine10finds-478730helmeted bust facing leftROMANRegularNummus (AE 1 - AE 4)Returned to finderUnitary Authority21Complete2013614752414271ROMAN4787303301132CertainGLO-316CB24909NummusoftheHouseofConstantine.jpg255042016-10-22T15:12:28.43Z2011-12-22T11:33:14Z1ExactlyRO48711Copper alloy2010-10-22T23:00:00Z2010-10-14T23:00:00Z4Helena_(Empress)Civil Parish00144900DEE01B9CCOIN7PAS4EF3157A001292Exactly As this coin has been examined in person by the PAS Finds Adviser no image has been made of it. 2010CertainHAMP-315A73images/rhenry/2012-08-07T13:36:57Z A 4th-century copper-alloy Roman nummus of Helena, 'PAX PVBLICA', uncertain mint (337-341 AD, Reece issue period 17). 171Certain417523Richard Henryx41218ROx412180.8Metal detectorStruck or hammered34100144900DEE01B9C487Richard Henry4SU6434HAMPRichard Henry1214.861DistrictCertain106271-1.08732From finderSouth EastPax standing left, holding branch and sceptreHampshire17315Richard HenryE3094Illegible [PA-X PV-BLICA]IllegibleEast Hampshire1Certain26351755Helena100finds-478729Female bust draped facing rightROMANRegularNummus (AE 1 - AE 4)Returned to finderCounty21Ropley1.15Complete2012414211ROMAN47872933751.1017394102CertainHAMP-3157A1177652016-10-22T15:12:28.429Z2011-12-22T11:30:26Z1CircaRO120111Copper alloy1Civil Parish0014912D58801B36COIN7PAS4EF314D1001D56CircaCertainYORYM-315391images/bmorris/2012-01-11T10:21:00Z A copper alloy radiate or nummus of an uncertain emperor, uncertain mint, uncertain reverse, AD 260 - 402. 1http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/Certain4Rebecca Griffithsx41218ROx412180.7Metal detectorStruck or hammered4020014912D58801B361201Rebecca Griffiths4YORYMRebecca Griffiths13.961Unitary AuthorityCertain106271Bishop BurtonFrom finderYorkshire and the HumberIllegibleEast Riding of Yorkshire25635Rebecca GriffithsIllegibleIllegibleEast Riding of Yorkshire1CertainUncertain (AD 260 - 402)100finds-478728IllegibleROMANRegularRadiate or nummusReturned to finderUnitary Authority21Complete16913630962414301ROMAN4787282601473CertainYORYM-314D17DSY0202.jpg256352016-10-22T15:12:28.429Z2011-12-22T11:23:32Z1CircaMD350321Copper alloy2010-10-17T23:00:00Z1Civil Parish00147A6E84C016EBBROOCH7PAS4EF313340014A6Circa2010ProbablyHAMP-3138B8images/jennie/2012-08-07T13:38:41Z A cast copper annular artefact of Medieval date, possibly a brooch. The brooch has a square external frame with a sub-circular central perforation. The pin is of simple loop construction, with only the loop remaining. There is a small collet in each corner, two of which are holding a small green glass bead; void in remaining corners. 10.05http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/417523MEDIEVALJennifer Hughesx142210.37Metal detectorCast140000147A6E84C016EB487Jennie Hughes2SU6433HAMPRichard Henry6DistrictCertain106271-1.087497Generated from computer mapping softwareSouth EastMEDIEVALHampshire17315Jennifer HughesE309411.15East Hampshire126351755100finds-478727Returned to finderCountyRopley1.45Incomplete361557141421129MEDIEVAL478727125051.0927481CertainHAMP-313342HAMP-313342 annular brooch.jpgx14221177652016-10-22T15:12:28.428Z2011-12-22T11:22:55Z1CircaRO120111Copper alloy1Civil Parish0014912D58801B36COIN7PAS4EF3130D001823CircaCertainYORYM-313978images/bmorris/2012-01-11T10:20:00Z A copper alloy radiate of an uncertain emperor, uncertain mint, uncertain reverse, AD 260 - 275. 1http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/Certain4Rebecca Griffithsx41218ROx412180.8Metal detectorStruck or hammered2750014912D58801B361201Rebecca Griffiths4YORYMRebecca Griffiths13.661Unitary AuthorityCertain106271Bishop BurtonFrom finderYorkshire and the HumberIllegibleEast Riding of Yorkshire25635Rebecca GriffithsIllegibleIllegibleEast Riding of Yorkshire1CertainRadiate (uncertain emperor)100finds-478726Radiate bust rightROMANRegularRadiate (antoninianus)Returned to finderUnitary Authority21Complete2613630952414301ROMAN47872626011056CertainYORYM-3130D4DSY0201.jpg256352016-10-22T15:12:28.427Z2011-12-22T11:19:36Z1CircaRO120111Copper alloy1Civil Parish0014912D58801B36COIN7PAS4EF312480018BCCircaCertainYORYM-312954images/bmorris/2012-01-11T10:19:00Z A copper alloy nummus of an uncertain emperor, uncertain mint, uncertain reverse, AD 260 - 402. 1http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/Certain4Rebecca Griffithsx41218ROx412181Metal detectorStruck or hammered4020014912D58801B361201Rebecca Griffiths4YORYMRebecca Griffiths15.261Unitary AuthorityCertain106271Bishop BurtonFrom finderYorkshire and the HumberIllegibleEast Riding of Yorkshire25635Rebecca GriffithsIllegibleIllegibleEast Riding of Yorkshire1CertainUncertain (AD 260 - 402)100finds-478725Laureate bust rightROMANRegularNummus (AE 1 - AE 4)Returned to finderUnitary Authority21Complete2013630942414301ROMAN4787252601473CertainYORYM-312484DSY0200.jpg256352016-10-22T15:12:28.427Z2011-12-22T11:16:13Z1ExactlyRO48711Copper alloy2010-10-22T23:00:00Z2010-10-14T23:00:00Z4Constantinian_dynasty466Civil Parish00144900DEE01B9CCOIN7PAS4EF3117C001E12Exactly As this coin has been examined in person by the PAS Finds Adviser no image has been made of it. 2010CertainHAMP-312E21images/rhenry/2012-08-07T13:40:01Z A very worn and corroded Roman nummus of the House of Constantine, GLORIA EXERCITVS reverse, Two soldiers holding two standards, uncertain mint (330-335 AD; Reece Issue Period 17). 171GLORIA EXERCITVS Certain417523Richard Henryx41218ROx412181.43Metal detectorStruck or hammered33500144900DEE01B9C487Richard Henry4SU6434HAMPRichard Henry215.2561DistrictCertain106271-1.08732From finderSouth EastTwo soldiers holding two standardsHampshire17315Richard HenryE3094Illegible [GLOR-IA EXERC - ITVS]IllegibleEast Hampshire1Certain26351755House of Constantine100finds-478724Rose diademed bust facing rightROMANRegularNummus (AE 1 - AE 4)Returned to finderCounty21Ropley1.3Complete2012414211ROMAN47872433051.1017394132CertainHAMP-3117C7177652016-10-22T15:12:28.426Z