The Stanchester Hoard of 1196 Roman Coins by Unknown Artist

Consists of 3 gold solidi of Emperor Honorius, 33 silver coins from the period between emperors Constans and Valentinian II and 1159 silver coins of emperors of the 4th and 5th century.


Gold (3); silver (1192); bronze (1)
Art Fund grant:
£18,250 ( Total: £50,000)
Acquired in:
Department for Culture, Media and Sport

This is the latest dated coin hoard found in South West England.


The hoard was found by a 14 year old schoolboy. Declared 'Treasure' in 2001.

Venue details

Wiltshire Museum 41 Long Street, DEVIZES Wiltshire SN10 1NS 01380 727369

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