Silver Denarius of Vitellius
- Roman Silver Coin. Cuddeford, Mike // Treasure Hunting;May2007, p41
The article describes a Roman silver coin from 81 BC, which was found in a rural site. The coin is a denarius issued under the reign of C. Marius. One side of the coin depicts the head of Ceres, while the other side depicts a ploughman. The coin has a serrated edge, which is typical of coins...
- When a bit of treachery did not pay! Plant, Richard // Coin News;Nov2013, Vol. 50 Issue 11, p66
The article offers information on the Roman Republican silver denarius coin Tarpeia which was minted in 89 BC by Lucius Titurius Sabinus.
- WHRADA. Sayers, Mark // Treasure Hunting;Jun2013, p57
The article reports on the activities of the Weston Historical Research and Detecting Association (WHRADA) in Great Britain, including the discovery of such items as the Roman coins by Steve Hutchings, the Henry II short cross penny by Paul Clayton and the Trajan silver denarius by Barrie Brown.
- Roman Silver & Glass Finger Ring. Cuddeford, Mike // Treasure Hunting;Jan2007, p48
The article features the Roman silver and glass finger ring which is allegedly from the 2nd or 3rd century AD. It is said that the ring was found at the same location where denarius of Roman emperor Aulus Vitellius were detected. The ring could have been worn conventionally due to the circular...
- Wakefield District Relic Hunters. Walsh, Pete // Treasure Hunting;Sep2011, p53
The article features Wakefield District Relic Hunters' Finds of the Month for June 2011, including a vesica seal as the Artefact of the Month, and a Roman denarius as the Coin of the Month.
- East Norfolk MDS. Carter, Andy // Treasure Hunting;Sep2011, p56
The article features coins and artefacts featured at the July 2011 meeting of the East Norfolk Metal Detecting Society, including a Republican denarius, a late Saxon silver ingot, and a Henry II short cross penny.
- Rare Roman Coins on Scottish Beach. // Treasure Hunting;Oct2007, p27
Excerpts from the reports in the newspapers "The Perthshire Advertiser" and "The Press and Journal" about the discovery of a rare 4th century Roman coins by couple Mark and Fiona Anderson in Hebrides, Scotland are presented.
- A new source of old coins. Koehl, Carla; Howard, Lucy // Newsweek;5/12/1997, Vol. 129 Issue 19, p10
Informs that treasure-seekers in Sremska Mitrovica, Serbia are unearthing and selling ancient Roman coins found in their soil. Value of the coins.
- Nekterï¿½ ï¿½neregulï¿½rnï¿½ raï¿½by rï¿½mskï¿½ch panovnï¿½ku z pocï¿½tku tretï¿½ho stoletï¿½. Vojti�ek, Pavel // Numismatickï¿½ / Numismatic Papers;Dec2009, Vol. 64 Issue 4, p147
Unusual bronze denarii (sometimes described as 'legionary') struck in 190-250 can be classified according to their technical quality. The article enriched this classification and described four unknown pieces belonging to the individual groups of the classification. Also a rare and interesting...