Thursday, 6 July 2017

Roman Gold and Silver Coins Uncovered in Spain

Gold and silver Roman coins have been found at a copper mining site in southwestern Spain. The cache of coins is thought to have been stored in a leather pouch by a wealthy resident of the Roman mining settlement of Orium. (modern Huelva)
The coins, which date from the 2nd century AD, are said to be from the era of Nero and Trajan.
Ruins of the Roman town of Segóbriga, Spain