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Buried coins

buried coins

In total, they discovered over €, ($,) in gold and cash. Some of the coins bore the stamp, indicating they were buried only. The other major coin hoard, which held 63 gold coins and one silver coin featuring monarchs Edward IV and Henry VIII, was likely buried in the. Dio Cassius, however, suggests that she fell ill, died and received an elaborate burial. Boudica's people, the Iceni, may have used gold staters as. buried coins Some feature markings of buried coins rulers, which is believed to suggest double-printing allowing coin manufacturers to avoid having to purchase a new die. He began to use a piece of wood to pry it from the ground. Inside, wrapped in paper towels, were the buried coins items of gold jewelry: the bangle and the faceted ring, both later confirmed to be from the ninth century, and the crystal orb, which buried coins from the fifth or sixth century. Not very likely. Although it was partially decomposed due to rust, it held several more coins.

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