The coins retrieved from the strata directly connected with the pit where the insignia were hidden are only a few ones (8) but of a great interest for the fine chronological tuning of this context as they allow us to confirm and refine the time span suggested by the stratigraphy and by the pottery materials, and so date with sufficient assurance the burial of the imperial set. The latest coin from the stratum cut by the pit is a sestertius from the age of Commodus (180-192) whilst the latest one from the covering layer is a radiate issued by Diocletian (297-298).

I reperti numismatici

PARDINI, GIACOMO
2011

Abstract

The coins retrieved from the strata directly connected with the pit where the insignia were hidden are only a few ones (8) but of a great interest for the fine chronological tuning of this context as they allow us to confirm and refine the time span suggested by the stratigraphy and by the pottery materials, and so date with sufficient assurance the burial of the imperial set. The latest coin from the stratum cut by the pit is a sestertius from the age of Commodus (180-192) whilst the latest one from the covering layer is a radiate issued by Diocletian (297-298).
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