Some of the Roman coins being cleaned
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Metal detector finds buried Roman treasure

A hoard of more than 52,500 Roman coins discovered in a Somerset field has been declared treasure.

Dave Crisp, from Wiltshire, found the coins - dating from the 3rd Century AD - buried in a field, near Frome.

Jon Kay reports

  • 22 Jul 2010
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