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The Reverend James Ivie MA, from Wiltshire ...

Latin Text:

REVERENDUS Vir D. JACOBUS JVIE Wiltoniensis A.M. triginta circiter Romanorum nummos donavit ex ære minore. Ii autem omnes Sorbioduni inventi; titulos Crispi, Constantis, Constantij et Magnentij præferentes; adeoque integri ut nullam fere primariæ formæ jacturã fecisse videantur.

Translation:

The Reverend James Ivie MA, from Wiltshire, gave about thirty bronze Roman coins. All of them were found in Sorviodunum [ Salisbury ] and bear the names of Crispus, Constans, Constantius and Magnentius. There seems to be no damage to their original appearnce.

Location:Not listed in the 1836 catalogue. The present location of these objects is unknown.

Year:MDCXCIII (1693);  Page Number:17 (verso)

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