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The Mints and Moneyers of England and Wales, 1066–1158
http://www.britnumsoc.org/publications/ ... J_82_5.pdf

Trade and Exchange in Anglo-Saxon Wessex circa 600 AD - 780AD
from Medieval Archaeology issue 60....1/2016
http://e-space.mmu.ac.uk/971/7/Trade_and_Exchange.pdf.

2 CIVIL WAR HOARDS SOMERSET
7 page article from Somerset Archaeology and Natural history mag 2008
www.sanhs.org/Documents/152/Payne.pdf

Urchfont_Hill_Urchfont archi-dig 2017 report
English Heritage investigated fields on Urchfont Hill as part of the Marden Environs Enhancement Project. Aerial survey, geophysics and excavation revealed a prehistoric enclosure, an early Roman trackway and a range of evidence for occupation and agriculture in other periods, including Mesolithic activity and a ploughed-out round barrow. Paul Robinson and Sam Moorhead have respectively undertaken analyses of assemblages of 16 Late Iron Age and 398 Roman coins found through metal-detecting on the site, providing further insights into the significance and character of activity on Urchfont Hill. Collectively this work reveals long term low intensity occupation, with the site becoming a focus for the deposition of coinage in the Late Iron Age and Roman periods

(PDF) available from this site https://www.researchgate.net/publicatio ... _Wiltshire

Roman and medieval coins found in Scotland, 2006–10
http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/cat ... 7_0264.pdf
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