Here are links to 2 different news articles about this recent spectacular accidental find. The unique context of the find may reveal much about the nature of monetary policy and / or military pay in the late Roman Empire in the west.
We are changing as the internet and the nature of e-commerce change. In the coming months we’ll be divesting from the now rather outdated burden of a single traditional website. The unreliable nature of cookie-cutter web hosting sites, combined with the growing commercial and analytic sophistication of apps like Shopify, Etsy, eBay and here on WordPress and others, some linked to social media, are rapidly rendering stand-alone websites less useful. Customers will soon have a variety of options to access our stock of antiquities and ancient coins through all of the apps mentioned above, and more. For example, we’ve added a badge here in this post and on our WordPress “about us” page to make accessing our antiquities and ancient coins fast and easy via Etsy. Clicking the badge will take you directly to our Etsy site. We are also now selling through eBay and through Shopify on Facebook.
Chris M. Maupin
Clio Ancient Art and Antiquities
We have updated the Clio Ancient Art with some very fine Egyptian, Hellenistic and Roman antiquities in faience, bronze, glass and ceramic, as well as Roman, Byzantine and medieval coins. The Egyptian and Hellenistic items in particular have an exceptional provenance. Here they are with links to each item –