corroded copper-alloy object, possibly a coin of later Iron Age or Roman date,
c.100 BC - AD
410. Both faces are extremely corroded with evidence of active copper-alloy
corrosion products, one face having a slight ridge that may be the result of
damage or manufacture. Not obvious types are visible on either face and it is
impossible to offer a precise dating for the object. If it is indeed a coin
then it is most plausibly of late Iron Age or Roman date. Thickness: 4.4 mm,
Weight: 4.01 g, Diameter: 19 mm.