52,000 Roman Coins Found, Valued at 5 Mil.

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    Wow

    How neat would that be??? :shock::shock::shock: Wow!
     
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    I was reading an article about it yesterday and thought is was very nice, and very smart, of the guy to bring in the Archie's. The article I was reading said, "because of that they were able to come up with some valuable information about how it was put there in the first place", but they didn't give any details... I would think that even in the third century that amount of money would have almost be a Kings ransome...
    That would be so neat I would have to make up a new word to even come close to describing it. NeatoantasticawesomOMGorific... :lol:
     
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