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Guilton Grave 3

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posted on 2021-11-10, 15:13 authored by Helena HamerowHelena Hamerow
Grave, as before, about three feet deep; bones almost gone. About the place of the neck we found five small beads of baked earth, one yellow, two blue, and two red. Here we also found a very common copper coin of Constantine the Great. It is of the third module. The head is laureate, and has this legend, IMP. CONSTANTINVS P.F. AVG. The reverse has the sun, standing, with his attributes as usual, with the following legend, SOLI. INVICTO. COMITI.; in the area are the two letters T.F.; at the bottom, P.L.N. A woman's grave, one would think.

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