Монети от археологическото проучване на Сексагинта Приста (март-май 2015 г.)
Coins from excavations in Sexaginta Prista (March-May 2015)
Keywords:Sexaginta Prista, late roman fortress, excavations, numismatic data
The late roman fortress Sexaginta Prista is situated on the right bank of Danube River beneath the level of the modern city of Ruse. In 2015 for about three months (the period March-May) on that territory over an area of 170 m2 were conducted rescue archaeological excavations. As a result part of the eastern wall, one U-shaped tower, the north side of the fortress gate, edifice adjoined to the wall and 40 pits were unearthed. During the research 226 coins from the 5th BC to 20th century were found whose analysis is the topic of this article.
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