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Germany, Roman treasure of 5500 silver coins

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Archaeologists in Germany have announced the discovery of more than 5,500 silver coins, from the first and second centuries AD, in an ancient Roman camp in Augsburg.

Experts said that more than 5,500 silver coins that were found at the site of a former factory were among the most important discoveries of this kind in Germany dates back to the time of the Roman Emperor Nero, so it is more than 1950 years old.

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