Roman coin hoards of the third century ad found on the territory of Moesia superior, and Serbian part of Dalmatia and Pannonia inferior: the reasons for their burial
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The territory of present-day Serbia comprises the area of the former Roman provinces of Moesia Superior, Pannonia Inferior, Dalmatia and Barbaricum (the region between Pannonia Inferior and Dacia). The turbulent events of the 3rd century, which were frequent in the Balkans, left behind numerous coin hoards as significant historical sources. Thus far, 94 coin hoards have been found, ranging from Septimius Severus and Caracalla to Diocletian.
Keywords:Roman coin hoards / Pannonia Inferior / Moesia Superior / Dalmatia
Source:Journal of Ancient History and Archaeology, 2020, 7, 1, 531-554
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