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In north of Italy, hundreds of gold Roman coins have been discovered

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Hundreds of gold Roman coins have been discovered in the north of Italy
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In an Italian city in the north of Italy – Como – hundreds of gold Roman coins were found. The objects are dated to the 5th century CE, and found in a stone urn in the basement of Cressioni’s theater.

The preliminary assessment of the artifact suggests that the coins are worth millions of euros. Currently, scientists are planning to start further excavations.

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