Intrigued Construction Workers Find Jars Filled With Ancient Coins

It’s astonishing to stumble upon old things. Old And Gold European cities are probably the best places to find some incredible things of old age. Men At Work Construction workers were installing a waterline in Tomares near Seville, Spain when they came across something unfamiliar!!!

Construction workers were installing a waterline in Tomares near Seville, Spain when they came across something unfamiliar. The construction workers were excavating as they dug a ditch to install the line when they found a collection of some very interesting objects in the dirt.

They pulled it up and realized there were 19 capacity containers filled with coins weighing more than 1300 pounds in add up to. Ana Navarro, the head of Seville’s prehistoric studies division said that “It could be an interesting collection and there are exceptionally few comparable cases, the lion’s share was recently stamped and a few of them likely were showered in silver,

not just bronze.”Ana estimated that the haul of coins was worth several million euros and said, “I could not give you an economic value, because the value they really have is historical and you can’t calculate that.”The experts believe that the Roman coins were used to pay taxes or that they were about to be given to soldiers as payment for their service.

The waterline construction was stopped for a while when the coins that feature Maximian and Constantine inscriptions were found. Watch the video below to see the trove of Roman coins that were found in Spain.

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