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Roman Coins, Tennyson Gardens, Horncastle

Reference Name MLI42740

Roman Coins, Tennyson Gardens, Horncastle

3rd and 4th century Roman coins, found on land off Tennyson Gardens, Horncastle.


Fifteen Roman coins of the 3rd to 4th centuries were found in the 1960s, on land to the south of Tennyson Gardens. The collection may represent the remains of a hoard, and included coins of Claudius II, Diocletian, House of Constantine and Valens. Roman pottery was also found. {1}

1 Article in Serial: Field, F.N. and Hurst, Henry. 1983. 'Roman Horncastle' in Lincolnshire History and Archaeology. vol.18, p.78

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