Iron Age c.200 BC - 43 AD - Gold

COIN
Unique ID:
PUBLIC
Published Find published
 Chronology
Broad period: IRON AGE
Period from: IRON AGE
Period to: IRON AGE
Date from: Circa AD 5
Date to: Circa AD 15
 Coin data (numismatics)
Denomination: Stater (gold)
Ruler/issuer: SEGO
Geographic provenance: British Eastern
British Museum Catalogue type: 1625-2627x
Van Arsdell Type (VA): 1845.01
Ancient British Coins (ABC): 441
Obverse description: Annulets above and below
Reverse description: Horseman with carnyx
Reverse inscription: SEGO in front
Degree of wear: Hardly worn: extremely fine
Status: Regular
Status qualifier: Certain
 Spatial data
Region: South East (European Region) 
County or Unitary authority: Kent (County)
 Description

An Iron Age Gold Stater of the Cantiaci. Associates of Tasciovanus (Early 1st Century AD). 'Sego Warrior' type. c. 5-15 AD. Coin Diameter is between 16-18mm

 Dimensions and weight
Quantity: 1
Weight: 5.43 g
Diameter: 17 mm
 Materials and construction
Primary material: Gold (Density test = 9ct)
Manufacture method: Struck or hammered
Completeness: Complete
 Personal details
Recorded by: Mr David Clarke
Identified by: Mr David Clarke
 Discovery dates

Date(s) of discovery: Friday 23rd October 2015

 Coin references
Rudd (ABC) : 441
 Site
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Iron Age c.200 BC - 43 AD - Silver

COIN
Unique ID:
PUBLIC-4931F9
Published Find published
 Chronology
Broad period: IRON AGE
Period from: IRON AGE
Period to: IRON AGE
Ascribed Culture: Gaulish
Date from: Circa 100 BC
Date to: Circa 50 BC
 Coin data (numismatics)
Denomination: Other
Obverse description: Bare head left.
Reverse description: Wheel of four spokes with M and A in two adjacent angles.
Degree of wear: Extremely worn: poor
Status: Contemporary copy
 Spatial data
Region: South East (European Region) 
County or Unitary authority: Kent (County) 
District: Shepway (District) 
Parish or ward: Acrise (Civil Parish) 
 Description

A base silver obol, struck at Marseilles, circa first half of the 1st century BC. The metal has a very base appearance and the coin might be a contemporary imitation. Cf. C. Brenot, S. Scheers, Catalogue des monnaies massaliètes et monnaies celtiaues du Musée des Beaux-Arts de Lyon, p. 31, nos. 148-153.

 Dimensions and weight
Quantity: 1
Thickness: 0.9 mm
Weight: 0.32 g
Diameter: 9.6 mm
 Materials and construction
Primary material: Base Silver
Manufacture method: Struck or hammered
Completeness: Complete
 Personal details
Recorded by: Mr David Clarke
Identified by: Mr David Clarke
Secondary identifier: Dr Vincent Drost
 Discovery dates

Date(s) of discovery: Sunday 11th January 2015

 Coin references
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 Site
Medway History Finders MDC - Pasture

COIN
Unique ID:
KENT-DC656A
Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
 Chronology
Broad period: IRON AGE
Period from: IRON AGE
Period to: IRON AGE
Date from: Circa AD 10
Date to: Circa AD 40
 Coin data (numismatics)
Denomination: Unit (silver)
Geographic provenance: British South Eastern
Ancient British Coins (ABC): 435
Obverse description: Head right with VIR in front and FO behind
Reverse description: Capricorn left on reverse EPPI above and COMF
Status: Regular
 Spatial data
Region: South East (European Region) 
County or Unitary authority: Kent (County) 
District: Canterbury (District) 
Parish or ward: Barham (Civil Parish) 
 Description

An Iron Age silver,Veria Capricon type. Head right with VIR in front and FO behind. Capricorn left on reverse EPPI above and COMF below. ABC number 435. Phase 8 C. AD 10-40.

 Dimensions and weight
Quantity: 1
Weight: 1.28 g
Diameter: 12 mm
 Materials and construction
Primary material: Silver
Manufacture method: Struck or hammered
Completeness: Complete
 Personal details
Recorded by: Miss Jennifer Jackson
Identified by: Miss Jennifer Jackson
 Discovery dates

Date(s) of discovery: Sunday 9th March 2014

 Coin references
Rudd (ABC) : 435
 Site
Medway History Finders MDC - Arable

Iron Age c.200 BC - 43 AD - Copper Alloy

COIN
Unique ID:
PUBLIC-477A54
Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
 Chronology
Broad period: IRON AGE
Period from: IRON AGE
Period to: IRON AGE
Date from: Circa 100 BC
Date to: Circa 90 BC
 Coin data (numismatics)
Denomination: Potin (Cast bronze)
Geographic provenance: British South Eastern
Ancient British Coins (ABC): 120
Obverse description: Head of Apollo left
Reverse description: Bull charging right
Status: Regular
 Spatial data
Region: South East (European Region) 
County or Unitary authority: Kent (County) 
District: Canterbury (District) 
Parish or ward: Barham (Civil Parish) 
 Description

A 'Thurrock type' cast bronze ('potin') coin of the Iron Age. Van Arsdell attributes this type to the Trinovantes, but current numismatic opinion favours the Cantii. (ABC - c.120-100 BC) Thurrock MA cast bronze unit. KE2. Head of Apollo 1./Butting bull 1. or r, MA above. VA 1402-1442, BMC 660-66, Ev.-, A1-, M-, S 62. Very common. ABC 120

 Dimensions and weight
Quantity: 1
Weight: 3.4 g
Diameter: 16.8 mm
 Materials and construction
Primary material: Copper alloy
Secondary material: Tin or tin alloy
Manufacture method: Cast
Completeness: Complete
 Personal details
Recorded by: Mr David Clarke
Identified by: Mr David Clarke
 Discovery dates

Date(s) of discovery: Sunday 5th August 2012

 Coin references
Rudd (ABC) : 120
 Site
Medway History Finders MDC - Arable

COIN
Unique ID:
PUBLIC-27BD53
Published Find published
 Chronology
Broad period: IRON AGE
Period from: IRON AGE
Period to: IRON AGE
Date from: Circa 100 BC
Date to: Circa 90 BC
 Coin data (numismatics)
Denomination: Potin (Cast bronze)
Geographic provenance: British South Eastern
Ancient British Coins (ABC): 120
Status: Regular
 Spatial data
Region: South East (European Region) 
County or Unitary authority: Kent (County) 
District: Canterbury (District) 
Parish or ward: Barham (Civil Parish) 
 Description

A cast bronze ('potin') coin of the Iron Age, possibly a 'Thurrock type'

 Dimensions and weight
Quantity: 1
Height: 7.31 mm
Width: 12.76 mm
Thickness: 2.4 mm
Weight: 0.66 g
 Materials and construction
Primary material: Copper alloy
Secondary material: Tin or tin alloy
Manufacture method: Cast
Completeness: Fragment
 Personal details
Recorded by: Mr David Clarke
Identified by: Mr David Clarke
 Discovery dates

Date(s) of discovery: Sunday 2nd February 2014

 Coin references
Rudd (ABC) : 120
 Site
Medway History Finders MDC - Arable

COIN
Unique ID:
PUBLIC-49F2ED
Published Find published
 Chronology
Broad period: IRON AGE
Period from: IRON AGE
Period to: IRON AGE
Date from: Circa 50 BC
Date to: Circa 20 BC
 Coin data (numismatics)
Denomination: Unit (copper alloy)
Tribe: Cantii
Geographic provenance: British South Eastern
Ancient British Coins (ABC): 270
Obverse description: Chubby boar left
Reverse description: Lion right with S-shape tail, clutching snake
Status: Regular
 Spatial data
Region: South East (European Region) 
County or Unitary authority: Kent (County) 
District: Sevenoaks (District) 
Parish or ward: Ash-cum-Ridley (Civil Parish) 
 Description

Iron Age bronze unit of the Cantiaci, dating to c. 50-20 BC, 'Boar Lion type'. VA 154-5, BMC 2487, Ev.-, A1LY8, M 316a, S 176, ABC 270.

 Dimensions and weight
Quantity: 1
Weight: 1.32 g
Diameter: 12.5 mm
 Materials and construction
Primary material: Copper alloy
Manufacture method: Struck or hammered
Completeness: Complete
 Personal details
Recorded by: Mr David Clarke
Identified by: Mr David Clarke
Secondary identifier: Dr Vincent Drost
 Discovery dates

Date(s) of discovery: Sunday 22nd April 2012

 Coin references
Rudd (ABC) : 270
 Site
Medway History Finders MDC - Pasture

COIN
Unique ID:
PUBLIC-EE18B6
Published Find published
 Chronology
Broad period: IRON AGE
Period from: IRON AGE
Period to: IRON AGE
Date from: Circa 50 BC
Date to: Circa 20 BC
 Coin data (numismatics)
Denomination: Unit (copper alloy)
Ruler/issuer: Uninscribed
Tribe: Cantii
Geographic provenance: British South Eastern
Van Arsdell Type (VA): 154.09
Ancient British Coins (ABC): 291
Obverse description: Head right wearing cabled neck torc.
Reverse description: Lion left, annulets above, ring-pellet below
Degree of wear: Very worn: fair
Status: Regular
Status qualifier: Certain
 Spatial data
Region: London (European Region) 
County or Unitary authority: Greater London Authority (Greater London Authority) 
District: Bexley (London Borough) 
Parish or ward: St. Mary's (London Borough Ward)
 Description

A copper-alloy Iron Age half unit of the Kent Region / Cantiaci, c.50-20 BC, 'Canterbury Lion' type. Obverse: Head right wearing cabled neck torc. Reverse: Lion left, annulets above, ring-pellet below. Cf. ABC, p. 38, no. 291; VA 154-9; S.176.Diameter 10mm. Thickness 2.4mm. Weight 0.64g.

 Dimensions and weight
Quantity: 1
Thickness: 2.4 mm
Weight: 0.64 g
Diameter: 10 mm
 Materials and construction
Primary material: Copper alloy
Manufacture method: Struck or hammered
Completeness: Complete
 Personal details
Recorded by: Mr David Clarke
Identified by: Mr David Clarke
Secondary identifier: Dr Andrew Brown
 Discovery dates

Date(s) of discovery: Wednesday 22nd February 2017

 Coin references
Rudd (ABC) : 291
 Site
Pasture 1a

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