Monete romane trovate con un metal detector

14 Luglio 2010

Crisp was lolling with his detector in a field in southwestern England when he made the discovery, eventually unearthing some 50,000 silver and bronze coins dating from 253 to 293 AD. Over 700 of them bear the face of Marcus Aurelius Carausius, a Roman general who ruled Britain and was the first to make coins in the region. Crisp, a self-described “metal detectorist,” explained that he would have to share the coins’ estimated $1 million value with the farmer who owns the land on which they were buried.

Cioé.. sto stronzo passeggiava con il suo metal detector e ha trovato un milione di dollari in monete romane.. ok.


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mercoledì 14 luglio 2010 - 15:29
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