Oxfordshire treasure of Roman golden coins
Rich people of the epoch held their savings in gold coins and jewelry as these were easier to transport in case of emergency. Who owned this treasure and which way it made before being hidden in Oxfordshire?
Roman treasures are often discovered in Great Britain.
By now there are over 1200 treasures discovered and registered. However there are only few of them containing Roman golden coins.
This treasure of Roman golden coins was hidden in 160-169 years judging upon the last mint date of the coins which is 160 year during the period of reigning of Antonius Pius. Only very rich people of that time could afford owning golden coins. This treasure counts 126 golden coins. The value of these coins equaled to 10,5 of service of a soldier.