Found via The Explorator newsletter is this great coin find in Romania. The image in the article does not seem to picture the coins described, so I haven't included
Almost 1,000 coins dating back to the years 1500 – 1600 have been discovered in the locality of Sabiesti, in Dâmbovita county, some 50 km north of Bucharest.
The coins are of Spanish, Romanian, Polish and Ottoman origin and have been discovered by amateurs, who were investigating the site legally, with metal detectors, the Dâmbovita
County Police Inspectorate announced.
The place where the coins have been discovered is not an archaeological site.
To read the complete article, see:
Hundreds of 16th century coins discovered in southern Romania
Wayne Homren, Editor
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