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Binnington Carr Hoard
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The Binnington Carr Hoard
Material Roman coins
Copper alloy bell
Size 12 coins
Created c. 75
Period/culture Romano-British
Present location Yorkshire Museum, York
Identification YORYM : H2401

Coordinates: 54°11′53″N 0°26′48″W / 54.1981°N 0.44659°W / 54.1981; -0.44659

The Binnington Carr Hoard is a Roman coin hoard dating from the late 1st century AD. It contains 12 silver denarii within a copper alloy bell. It is in the collection of the Yorkshire Museum.

Contents

The hoard contains 12 silver coins all of which are denarii: one of Julius Caesar (49-44 BC), one of Nero (AD 54-68), three of Vitellius (AD 68) and seven of Vespasian (AD 69-79).

Display

In 2014 it featured in an online Google Arts & Culture exhibition titled 'Yorkshire Hoards'.

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