Description de Quelques Monuments Emailles Du Moyen-Age

Description de Quelques Monuments Emailles Du Moyen-Age

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1836 edition. Excerpt: ...and a like remark may be made on certain of those found in Sussex. See PI. VII. Other coins in these plates, although found in Kent and Sussex, are common to other countries and districts. Plate V., figs. 1 to 5, and fig. 1 in Plate VI., were found at a place called " the Slade," in the parish of Boughton, Montchelsea, on the sites of a Roman dwelling and burial place, with Roman coins ranging from Claudius to Gratianus. See a paper by Mr. Clement Taylor Smythe in Archceologia, vol. xxix., and Proceedings of the Numismatic Society, 1842, p. 49. Figs. 6 and 7, as well as another of each of these types, were procured, with many Roman coins, and other Roman remains, by Mr. Thomas Charles, from the hill above Kit's Cot House. The result and details of Mr. Charles' researches were laid before the Society of Antiquaries last year. Fig. 7, resembles fig. 2 in Plate VI., found at Bapchild, with some Roman urns and coins, on the site of what had evidently been a Roman burial place. Figs. 9 and 10 were found at Springhead, in a field abounding in foundations of Roman houses; f and figs. 11 and 12, near Gravesend. % Plate VI., fig. 1, found at "the Slade," with others in Plate V.; fig. 3, weight 83 grs., found at Hollingbourne; fig. 4, weight 107 grs., found at Sulton Valence. The last two are very common types, as are also figs. 5 and 6, from the vicinity of Maidstone, and are met with in France and Germany, as well as in England. Fig. 7.--Oftr. VIRDVNOI FIT. Rev. SISELLENO MON. Fig. 8.--Oft. MARSaLLOVIC. Rev. TOTO MONETARIO. were both found at Sibertswold. The first belongs to Verdun in France, and the second to Marseilles. Both are published in Douglas's Nenia Britannica, and are there more

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