Coin Hoards in Iron Age Britain by de Jersey, Philip BNS SP12
Hardcover with dust jacket, 474 pages, 22 colour plates
 
Between the mid-seventeenth century 2010, almost 350 hoards of Iron Age coins were discovered in Britain. This volume provides the first fully comprehensive account of these hoards, each of which is described in detail, together with an analysis of the main features of hoarding in the late Iron Age and early Romano-British period.
 
Dr Philip de Jersey is the Archaeology Officer for the States of Guernsey. After reading Geography at Hertford College, Oxford, he completed a DPhil in the archaeology of north-west France, published as Coinage in Iron Age Armorica in 1994. Between 1992 and 2007 he worked at the Celtic Coin Index, held at the Institute of Archaeology in Oxford. He has published widely on the archaeology and numismatics of Iron Age Britain and France.

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Coin Hoards in Iron Age Britain by de Jersey, Philip BNS SP12

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