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ID help of a decorated disc please

Please post any finds here that you wish help with identification.
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ID help of a decorated disc please

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Had a great first back detecting since lockdown. I went on my new permission which is a pasture field with a roman road going through the centre. You can clearly see the raised area and slight ditches each side but i didn't touch that area. The rest of the roman road shown on old OS maps are now ploughed away so was amazing to see this small section surviving both on lidar and on the ground. Most of the road is now just a lane so great to be on a bit not build on.

I was excited for roman finds but everything was so deep and the ground was rock solid and everything seems 200 years old max, but still very happy for 3 hours to find multiple tokens, local buttons, a thimble and coins.

Anyway to the point, does anybody know what this decorated disc is? Found about 6" down on pasture with a Garret Euroace and showing a mid tone. Scale shown in CM. No idea why my compression of the images added red parts.
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