Here as promised are the ‘small finds’ we have found over the last few days 🙂
A coin, worn but enough remains for a coin expert to identify
The reverse of the coin with a bit more detail.
Another coin, very clear, you can read the lettering. Probably IMP TETRICUS PF AVG, so probably Tetricus I rather than Tetricus II, who ruled the separatist Gallic empire from AD271-274 Thanks Pete for the identification
The reverse of the Tetricus coin
And the next coin, very worn on the obverse,
The reverse has a little bit of detail, hopefully enough for an identification
The last of the coins and this one is worn and probably beyond identification
Not a coin but a lovely piece of roman glass, part of the rim of a bowl maybe.
Last but not least is a hob nail, from a roman shoe, it was found between tow loose tesserae in the corridor mosaic. Avery fine example of its type!