Gerrard, J. (2005). A possible Late Roman silver `hoard' from Bath. Britannia 36. Vol 36, pp. 371-373.

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A possible Late Roman silver `hoard' from Bath
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Britannia 36
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Britannia
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36
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371 - 373
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The large group of coins recovered from the springhead in the temple dedicated to Sulis Minerva at Bath is one of the most famous examples of votive deposition from Roman Britain. This note suggests that a number of fourth-century AD silver coins (including clipped examples) were deposited together as a group or `hoard'. This not only has implications for the chronology of ritual activity in the temple, but also adds weight to suggestions that other Late Roman silver and gold hoards may have been ritually deposited.
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James Gerrard ORCID icon
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2005
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Temple (Auto Detected Subject))
Ad (Auto Detected Temporal)
Silver Hoard (Auto Detected Subject))
Silver Coins (Auto Detected Subject))
Hoard (Auto Detected Subject))
Coins (Auto Detected Subject))
Silver (Auto Detected Subject))
Roman (MIDAS)
Roman (MIDAS)
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16 Mar 2006