Towards the end of summer 1990, during the course of roadworks at Galley Lane, Fenny Stratford (Roman Magiovinium), just south of Milton Keynes, a local metal 'detectorist' discovered what appeared to be the 'raw materials' for the production of unofficial Roman coins. The find comprised three ceramic vessels containing three groups of material and two iron dies for striking the coins.
Keywords: coins, looting, detectorists, metal detecting, treasure, hoard
How to Cite:
Ponting M., (1992) “The Fenny Stratford Hoard”, Papers from the Institute of Archaeology 3(0). p.52-61. doi: https://doi.org/10.5334/pia.31