Not a bad day.

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I have certainly had worse days. nice to be finding the Roman :thumbsup:
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I have a permission that straddles the Fosse Way, and several fields near to it, but I can count the Roman artefacts on one hand. I’d love to have a permission that returned these. Fantastic day :thumbsup:
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a lovely collection..... or have you robbed a roman bank :lol:

Certainly NOT a bad day, :thumbsup: :thumbsup:

Well found and saved

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Not a bad day indeed.
I'm with Shaggy on this one,I have several permissions near Deer Street ,all pasture ,and return few Romans.
Great finds,well saved. :thumbsup:
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Well done, some nice ones in there :thumbsup:
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Good going there mate. :thumbsup:


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Thank you guys for the nice replies :thumbsup: I also have some land running alongside the Fosse way and Roman finds there have been almost non existent. I do have one permission running alongside a different Roman road that has produced a lot of coinage over the years, and still keeps giving. :thumbsup:
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Some nice coins there Keith :clapping:
You dug some holes today fella it seems :thumbsup:

I've been out with Keith before, and he can sniff Romans at 100yards :lol:
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Blackadder43 wrote: Sat Sep 26, 2020 8:29 pm Some nice coins there Keith :clapping:
You dug some holes today fella it seems :thumbsup:

I've been out with Keith before, and he can sniff Romans at 100yards :lol:
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I have permissions along Watling Street and thankfully they provide few Roman coins :rollinglaughing:

I’m glad you found some though :D Looks like there’s some with nice detail too :thumbsup:
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What a great day you had. :thumbsup: Are they all from a similar date range?
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TerraEnglandia wrote: Sat Sep 26, 2020 9:20 pm What a great day you had. :thumbsup: Are they all from a similar date range?
Yes, all 4th century mate :thumbsup:
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Just out of interest, what sort of soil were they found in? They look to be in nice condition.
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TerraEnglandia wrote: Sat Sep 26, 2020 9:50 pm Just out of interest, what sort of soil were they found in? They look to be in nice condition.
Quite dark fine soil :thumbsup:
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Must be a votive site or may have come across someone elses dropped stash 🤔😉😉
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