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British Man Finds Roman Coins from 3rd Century AD


Robert Monroe

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http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20100708/ap_on_re_eu/eu_britain_roman_coins

I envy this man so much. Badass find.

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http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20100708/ap_on_re_eu/eu_britain_roman_coins

I envy this man so much. Badass find.

Heh, the situation reminds of that Meteor which was found on the side of a road a month or two ago.

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A- He was a tresure hunter

B- This happens alot. One of the most famous dinosaur fossils was discovered by a builder.

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http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20100708/ap_on_re_eu/eu_britain_roman_coins

I envy this man so much. Badass find.

Damn, I know I'm jealous.

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A- He was a tresure hunter

B- This happens alot. One of the most famous dinosaur fossils was discovered by a builder.

Doesn't change the fact he found something awesome.

I envy that builder too.

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When we're on the subject of finding nice stuff, I was certainly kicking around a little more than usual in the dirt around Lewistown, Montana these last days. Why? Since an early age, I've been into dinosaurs. And that area is more than perhaps anywhere else, dino-country. Muslims turn to Mecca when praying, I used to turn to the Judith River group in my younger days. Pity I didn't hit a T-rex bone.Laugh.gif

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Makes me want to buy a new metal detector.

A couple of years ago, didn't somebody find some WWII mines on a beach with one?

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Doesn't change the fact he found something awesome.

I envy that builder too.

True, but I dont get why this one in particular is so special.

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True, but I dont get why this one in particular is so special.

It beats Krystal topic #9001.

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It beats Krystal topic #9001.

Hehe.

There were some kids in my old schoo, I'm sure of this, that found some Roman coins. They had a shovel and were just generally digging to cause trouble, but they stumblem upon them in the process. And they got rewarded for it. Jeez.

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