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Coin numbers rise to over 4800

Some of the cleaned coins. Photographed by Adrian Simmons

The number of coins in the recently discovered Roman hoard found near Montgomery in July has now risen to 4828 - over a thousand more than had originally been estimated! The coins have been 'excavated' from the pot in which they were found and carefully cleaned and a report on them is now being prepared by the National Museum of Wales.

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Chris Martin, November 2011

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