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COIN HOARD FROM THE RESCUE ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXCAVATIONS AT SITE 11Б — CHUKOVEZER VILLAGE, DRAGOMAN MUNICIPALITY. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS WITH COIN HOARDS FROM THE REGION OF SOUTHWESTERN BULGARIA

Authors: Borislavov, Borislav; Elitsa Georgieva; Prokopov, Ilya; Doychinova, Marina;

COIN HOARD FROM THE RESCUE ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXCAVATIONS AT SITE 11Б — CHUKOVEZER VILLAGE, DRAGOMAN MUNICIPALITY. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS WITH COIN HOARDS FROM THE REGION OF SOUTHWESTERN BULGARIA

Abstract

This paper focuses on coin hoard found in a ceramic vessel during rescue archeological excavations in Chukovezer village, Dragoman municipality, Sofia district. Coin hoard consists of 23 roman bronze coins — folles from the period of the Tetrarchy and Constantine the Great. The earliest coins (2 coins) belong to emperors Galerius Maximianus and Maximinus II Daia. The most numerous coins (13 coins) are those struck under Constantine the Great. The next small group of coins (8 folles) belong to emperor Licinius I. The event that provoked the concealment of the hoard was the First Civil War between Licinius I and Constantine I that began in 316, and the battle at Campus Mardiensis (Harmanli) in particular, taking place probably in the late 316 — early 317. The further issue discussed in the paper is comparative analysis with coin hoards found in the region of the Southwestern Bulgaria with roman coins of the same period

Keywords

Roman coins, numismatics, coin hoard, coins

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