List of Roman hoards in Great Britain
The list of Roman hoards in Britain comprises significant archaeological hoards of coins, jewellery, precious and scrap metal objects and other valuable items discovered in Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales) that are associated with period of Romano-British culture when Southern Britain was under the control of the Roman Empire, from AD 43 until about 410, as well as the subsequent Sub-Roman period up to the establishment of Anglo-Saxon kingdoms. It includes both hoards that were buried with the intention of retrieval at a later date (personal hoards, founder's hoards, merchant's hoards, and hoards of loot), and also hoards of votive offerings which were not intended to be recovered at a later date, but excludes grave goods and single items found in isolation.
Most Roman hoards are composed largely or entirely of coins, and are relatively common in Britain, with over 1,200 known examples. A smaller number of hoards, such as the Mildenhall Treasure and the Hoxne Hoard, include items of silver or gold tableware such as dishes, bowls, jugs and spoons, or items of silver or gold jewellery.
List of hoards
|Hoard||Image||Date||Place of discovery||Year of discovery||Current Location||Contents|
|Acton Hoard||late 2nd century||Acton
|2014||Nantwich Museum||Votive hoard of five silver denarii of the emperor Septimius Severus (AD 193–211) in a lead alloy conical container with a lead alloy disc stopper.|
|Agden Hoard||late 3rd century||Woolstencroft Farm, Agden
|1957||Grosvenor Museum, Chester||About 2,500 antoniniani and the lower half of jar|
|Aldbury Hoard||late 3rd century||near Aldbury
|1870||116 brass coins|
fragments of brass plate
half a brass ring
silver wire ring
|Alton Barnes Hoard||late 3rd century||Alton Barnes
|2005||Wiltshire Museum, Devizes||3,854 silver and bronze Roman coins|
|Backworth Hoard||late 2nd century||Backworth
Tyne and Wear
|1811||British Museum, London||Silver skillet covered by silver mirror, 5 gold rings, silver serpent ring, 2 gold chains with wheel and crescent pendants, silver-gilt brooches, 1 gold bracelet, silver spoons, 280 denarii, brass coins, silver dish|
|Baldock Hoard||3rd to 4th century||near Baldock
|2002||British Museum, London||26 gold and silver objects including gold jewellery, 7 gold votive plaques, 12 silver votive plaques, two silver model arms, and a silver figurine|
|Barkway Hoard||early 3rd century||near Barkway
|1743||British Museum, London||5 silver and bronze objects, including one silver-gilt votive plaque dedicated to Mars, and two silver votive plaques dedicated to Vulcan|
|Barlaston Hoard||276 AD||Barlaston||2015||2015 Roman coins and other objects |
|Beau Street Hoard||second half of 3rd century||Bath
|2008||Roman Baths Museum , Bath||30,000 silver Roman coins|
|Beckfoot Hoard||Unknown||Beckfoot, near Silloth
|2010||308 Roman coins in a pot|
|Beech Bottom Dyke Hoard||early 2nd century||Beech Bottom Dyke, St Albans
|1932||Dispersed||About 100 silver denarii|
|Bishopswood Hoard||mid-4th century||Bishopswood, near Walford, Ross-on-Wye
|1895||Hereford Museum and Art Gallery||17,548 coins|
|Boldre Hoard||late 3rd century||Boldre
|2014||St Barbe Museum & Art Gallery, Lymington||1,608 base silver radiates|
|Boothstown Hoard||late 3rd century||Boothstown
|1947||British Museum, London
|550 bronze coins dated between 259 and 278 AD found in two pottery urns|
|Braithwell Hoard||late 3rd century||Braithwell
|2002||British Museum (4)
Doncaster Museum (1)
|1,331 base silver radiates|
1 base metal denarius
13 sherds of greyware jar
|Breamore hoards||late 3rd century||Breamore
|1998 (B)||Returned to finder (B)||Hoard A: 1,782 base silver radiates|
Hoard B:398 base silver radiates and pot
|Bredon Hill Hoard||mid-4th century||Bredon Hill
|2011||Worcestershire County Museum, Hartlebury Castle||3,784 debased silver coins in a clay pot|
|Canterbury Treasure||early 5th century||Canterbury
|1962||Roman Museum, Canterbury||12 silver spoons, 3 ingots, 1 tooth pick and jewellery|
|Capheaton Treasure||2nd or 3rd century||Capheaton
|1747||British Museum, London||5 silver vessel handles, and 1 fragment of a silver trulla base|
|Chaddesley Corbett Hoard||early 4th century||Chaddesley Corbett
|1999 and 2003||Worcestershire County Museum, Hartlebury Castle||434 base silver nummi|
38 sherds of pottery
|Chalgrove hoards||late 3rd century||Chalgrove
|Ashmolean Museum, Oxford (2003)||I: 4,145 coins (|
II: 4,957 base silver coins
|Chells Manor Hoard||late 3rd century||Chells Manor Estate, Stevenage
|Chilbolton Down Hoard||early 4th century||Chilbolton Down
|c. 1952||Winchester City Museum||Bronze and silver coins dated 306–337 in a pot|
|Chorleywood Hoard||mid-4th century||Chorleywood
|1977||British Museum (244)
Verulamium Museum, St Albans (446)
|Clapton Hoard||late 3rd century||Clapton in Gordano||1922-1924||Museum of Somerset, Taunton (59) and Nicholson Museum, Sydney, Australia (over 3400)||3500 Roman bronze coins, (mainly Gallienus to Claudius II)|
|Corbridge Hoard (1964)||mid-2nd century||Corbridge
|1964||Corbridge Roman Site Museum
Great North Museum, Newcastle upon Tyne
|various finished and unfinished iron products, including pieces of armour, a sword scabbard, javelinheads, spearheads, arrowheads, artillery bolts, and various knives, nails, spikes and cramps|
|Corbridge Treasure||4th century||Corbridge
|1731–1760||British Museum, London||5 pieces of silverware, including a lanx (serving platter), a bowl and a vase|
|Cridling Stubbs Hoard||mid 4th century||Cridling Stubbs
|1967||Leeds City Museum (447 coins)||More than 3,300 bronze nummi coins in a grey-ware jar with a makeshift lid|
|Cunetio Hoard||late 3rd century||Cunetio Roman town, Mildenhall
|1978||British Museum, London||54,951 coins|
|Curridge Hoard||early 3rd century||Curridge
|1998–1999||West Berkshire Heritage||425 bronze sestertius or dupondii/asses|
|Dairsie Hoard||late 3rd century||Dairsie
|2014||National Museum of Scotland , Edinburgh||More than 300 pieces of hacksilver from at least four silver Roman vessels|
|Didcot Hoard||late 2nd century||Didcot
|1995||British Museum, London||126 gold coins|
|Edge Hill Hoard||mid-1st century||Edge Hill
|2008||Market Hall Museum, Warwick||1,146 silver denarii in a small pot, coins dating between 190 BC and AD 63–64|
|Ethy Hoard||late 3rd century||Ethy, near Lerryn
|2000||Royal Cornwall Museum, Truro||1,095 base silver radiates|
|Esclusham Hoard||late 1st century||Esclusham
|2016||82 silver denarii dating to the reigns of Augustus, Nero, Galba, Vitellius and Vespasian in a red pot|
|Eye Hoard||late 4th century||Near Eye, Suffolk
|1781||600 gold coins|
|Felmingham Hall Hoard||2nd to 3rd centuries||near Felmingham
|1845||British Museum, London||Romano-British temple treasure consisting of a pottery bowl, a buckle, a rattle, heads of Jupiter and Minerva, a mask of Sol with sun rays, a lar or household god, a wheel associated with the Celtic god Taranis, two statuettes of birds|
|2014||Colchester Castle||2 pairs of gold earrings, 1 gold bracelet, 2 gold armlets, 5 gold finger-rings, 1 silver chain and loop, 1 copper-alloy bulla, 1 silver armlet, 2 silver cuff bracelets, 1 glass intaglio, Roman republican coins, remains of a silver pyxis (jewellery box).|
|Frampton Hoard||late 3rd century||Frampton
|1998||Returned to finder||511 base silver radiates and pot|
|Frome Hoard||early 4th century||Near Frome
|2010||Museum of Somerset, Taunton||52,503 coins (5 silver, the rest debased silver and bronze)|
|Gloucester Hoard||early 1st century||Gloucester
|2017||8 silver denarii dated 134BC – AD37|
|Grassmoor Hoard||4th century||Grassmoor
|2001||Chesterfield Museum and British Museum, London||1,421 silver coins|
|Hayle Hoard (1825)||late 3rd century||Hayle
|1825||Royal Cornwall Museum, Truro||Several thousand radiates in a copper bowl|
|Hayle Hoard (2017)||late 3rd century||Hayle
|2017||1,965 base silver radiates with the remains of a tin container and a lead stopper, found in a stone-lined pit|
|Hickleton Hoard||late 2nd century||Hickleton
|2001||Doncaster Museum||350 silver coins|
36 copper-alloy coins
|High Green Hoard||late 3rd century||High Green
|2001||738 base silver radiates|
|High Weald Hoard||3rd century||Burwash
|2006||Brighton Museum & Art Gallery||2894 silver coins|
|Hockwold Hoard (1962)||late 1st century||Hockwold cum Wilton
|1962||British Museum, London||4 silver cups|
4 silver handles
1 silver pedestal
|Hockwold Hoard (1999)||mid-4th century||Hockwold cum Wilton
|1999||British Museum, London||816 copper alloy coins|
|Howe Hoard||late 1st century||Howe
|1981–2002||British Museum, London||15 gold aurei|
131 silver denarii
|Hoxne Hoard||early 5th century||Hoxne
|1992||British Museum, London||14,865 coins (569 gold, 14,272 silver, 24 bronze)|
29 items of gold jewellery
98 silver spoons and ladles
1 silver tigress
4 silver bowls
1 small dish
1 silver beaker
1 silver vase or juglet
4 pepper pots
|Hyderabad and Meeanee Barracks Hoard||271 AD||Hyderabad and Meeanee Barracks, Colchester
|2011||Colchester Museum||Two pots, one empty and one containing 1,247 coins|
|Itteringham Hoard||late 2nd century||Itteringham
|2000||British Museum, London||3 silver finger rings|
2 copper-alloy cosmetic sets
1 bronze key
62 silver denarii
42 copper-alloy coins
|Killingholme Hoard||first half of 4th century||South Killingholme
|1993||Mostly dispersed; 86 in British Museum, London.||3,800 bronze coins dating to reign of Constantine the Great in a pot|
|Kingston Deverill Hoard||late 1st century||Kingston Deverill
|2005||Salisbury Museum||3 bronze trullei or patera (shallow handled bowls)|
2 bronze wine strainers
|Kirkham Hoard||mid 3rd century||Kirkham
|1853||Harris Museum, Preston, Lancashire||35 silver denarii and one bronze semis in a Samian ware pot.|
|Kirton in Lindsey hoards||late 3rd century||Kirton in Lindsey
2001, 2004 (2)
|6 coins at British Museum, London||Hoard 1: 875 base silver radiates|
Hoard 2: 111 base silver radiates (2001); 85 base silver radiates (2004)
|Knutsford Hoard||late 2nd century||Knutsford
|2012||Liverpool Museum, Congleton Museum||3 silver-gilt trumpet brooches, 2 silver finger rings, and more than 100 coins which were issued between 32BC to the late 2nd century AD|
|Langley with Hardley Hoard||late 3rd century||Langley with Hardley
|1997, 1999, 2001, 2004||Returned to finder||2,044 base silver radiates|
|Langtoft hoards||early 4th century||Langtoft
|2000||Yorkshire Museum, York
British Museum, London
|Hoard A: 976 base silver coins and 21 sherds of a jar|
Hoard B: 924 base silver nummi and 9 sherds of a pot
|Leominster Hoard||late 3rd century||Leominster,
|2013||Returned to landowner||518 Roman radiates, originally contained within leather bags.|
|Lightwood Hoard||late 3rd century||Lightwood Road, Longton, Stoke-on-Trent
|1960||Potteries Museum & Art Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent||2,461 coins and two silver bracelets in an earthenware pot|
|Malpas Hoard||50 AD||Malpas, Cheshire||2014||Liverpool Museum, Congleton Museum||7 Iron Age British coins made between AD20 and AD50. 28 Roman coins are early examples, before the conquest of Britain, of the type that would have been in circulation when Roman soldiers arrived in Britain in AD43 |
|Little Brickhill hoards (1962–1964)||4th century||Little Brickhill, Milton Keynes (borough)
|1962–1964||Bletchley Archaeological Society, Bletchley||1962|
251 loose coins
About 400 corroded mass of coins
4th-century pottery and sherds
13th-century jug (part)
11th to 12th-century sherds
2nd-century Samian ware fragments
glass and jet beads
|Little Brickhill hoards (1967 & 1987)||late 2nd century||Little Brickhill, Milton Keynes (borough)
|British Museum, London
Buckinghamshire County Museum, Aylesbury
296 silver denarii
bronze brooch and terret ring
3rd- to 4th-century sherds
627 silver denarii
|Little Orme Hoard (1981)||late 3rd or early 4th century||Little Orme, near Llandudno
|1981||National Museum Cardiff||5 ox-head bucket-mounts|
1 razor handle
1 knife or chisel handle
1 harness ring
|Llanvaches Hoard||mid-2nd century||Llanvaches
|2006||National Roman Legion Museum, Caerleon||599 silver denarii|
|M1 Motorway Hoard||late 3rd century||M1 motorway
Leicestershire (see note)
|1980 (see note)||207 silver denarii|
228 base-silver radiates
2 grey ware pottery fragments[note 1]
|Maundown Hoard||late 3rd century||Maundown, near Wiveliscombe
|2006||Museum of Somerset, Taunton||2,118 bronze coins|
|Mildenhall Treasure||mid-4th century||Mildenhall
|1942||British Museum, London||34 items of silver tableware|
|Monknash Hoard||mid-2nd century||Monknash
|2000||National Museum Wales, Cardiff||103 silver denarii|
grey ware pot
|Nether Compton Hoard||mid-4th century||Nether Compton
|Newport Pagnell Hoard||mid-4th century||near Newport Pagnell
|2006||More than 1,400 bronze coins|
|Osgodby Hoard||2nd century||Osgodby
|1999||British Museum, London||44 silver denarii|
coarseware pottery vessel
|Otterbourne Hoard I||early 5th century||Otterbourne
|1978||Winchester City Museum||Nearly 550 silver siliquae and other coins dated 364–423 in a pot|
|Otterbourne Hoard II||early 5th century||Otterbourne
|1978||Winchester City Museum||Silver siliquae|
|Patching Hoard||mid-5th century||Patching
|1997||Worthing Museum and Art Gallery||13 Roman and 10 Visigothic gold solidi|
21 Roman, 3 Visigothic, and 3 unidentified silver coins
2 gold rings
54 pieces of scrap silver, including a scabbard fitting
|Piddletrenthide Hoard (2016)||late 3rd century||Piddletrenthide,
|2016||2,114 Roman radiate coins in an incomplete pottery vessel.|
|Pot Shaft Hoard||4th century||Alderley Edge Mines
|1995||Manchester Museum||564 Roman coins dating from AD 317–336, mainly Constantine and house of Constantine pieces|
|Preshaw Park Hoard||early 4th century||Preshaw Park, Exton
|1855||Winchester City Museum||280 uncirculated bronze coins dated 280–309 in a narrow-necked pot|
|Prestwood hoards||early 3rd to early 4th century||Prestwood
|1999 and 2005||Buckinghamshire County Museum, Aylesbury||Hoard A: 112 silver denarii and 1 radiate|
Hoard B: 735 base silver nummi and pot fragment
|Reading Hoard||Unknown||The Ridgeway School, Reading
|2015||Reading Museum, Reading||About 300 coins in a pottery vessel|
|Rhayader Treasure||2nd to 3rd century||Rhayader
|1899||British Museum, London||1 gold ring with onyx stone; 11 pieces of gold necklet with 8 stones, 1 piece of scroll and a small embossed section; 4 pieces of gold armlet|
|Ribchester Hoard||late 1st to early 2nd century||Ribchester
|1796||British Museum, London||bronze cavalry helmet, a number of patera, pieces of a vase, a bust of Minerva, fragments of two basins, and several plates.|
|Rogiet Hoard||late 3rd century||Rogiet
|1998||National Museum of Wales, Cardiff||3,778 silver coins|
|Seaton Down Hoard||early 4th century||Seaton Down
|2013||Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Exeter||22,888 copper alloy coins|
|Sarum Road Hoard||early 1st century||Sarum Road, Winchester
|1996||Winchester City Museum||8 silver denarii dated 78BC – AD37|
|Shapwick hoards (1936–1938)||early 4th to mid-5th century||Shapwick
|1936–1938||Museum of Somerset, Taunton
British Museum, London
|Pewter cup, saucer, platter, jug, canister, bowl with pedestal|
245 silver siliquae
1,170 bronze coins
bronze cased wooden stave tankard
|Shapwick Hoard (1978)||4th century||Shapwick
|1978||Glastonbury Museum||More than 1,000 copper coins|
|Shapwick Hoard (1998)||mid-3rd century||Shapwick
|1998||Somerset County Museum, Taunton||9,262 coins|
|Shillington Hoard||late 1st century||Shillington
|1998–1999||Wardown Park Museum, Luton||Hoard A: 127 gold aurei|
Hoard B: 18 silver denarii
|Shiptonthorpe Hoard||early 4th century||Shiptonthorpe
|2000||Hull and East Riding Museum, Kingston upon Hull||503 base silver coins|
|Shoreham Hoard||late 3rd century||Shoreham-by-Sea
|1999||4,105 base silver denarii and radiates|
|Shrewsbury Hoard||mid-4th century||near Shrewsbury
|2009||Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery||9,315 bronze coins|
|Silchester Hoard (1894)||late 2nd century||Silchester
British Museum, London
|258 silver denarii|
|Silchester Hoard (1985–1987)||early 5th century||Silchester
|1985–1987||Reading Museum||About 39 silver and bronze coins|
3 gold rings
|Snettisham Jeweller's Hoard||mid-2nd century||Snettisham
|1985||British Museum, London||83 silver coins, 27 bronze coins, and quantities of gems, jewellery and scrap metal|
|Snodland Hoard||mid-4th century||Snodland
|2006||More than 3,600 bronze coins|
|South Petherton Hoard||274 AD||South Petherton||2013||Sestertius of Marcus Aurelius in Museum of Somerset, majority returned to the finder||7,563 coins dating from 161-274 AD mainly debased Antoninianii of the Gallic Empire |
|St Albans Hoard||late 4th century||St Albans
|2012||Verulamium Museum, St Albans||159 gold solidi|
|Stanchester Hoard||early 5th century||Wilcot, Vale of Pewsey
|2000||Wiltshire Museum, Devizes||1,166 coins (3 gold, 1,162 silver, 1 bronze)|
|Stogursey Hoard (1999)||late 3rd century||Stogursey
|1999 and 2002||3 coins at British Museum
some others at Somerset
|1,097 base silver radiates|
pottery vessel remains[note 2]
50 copper alloy coins
|Stoke-on-Trent Hoard A||late 2nd century||Stoke-on-Trent
|2012||Potteries Museum & Art Gallery, Hanley||258 silver denarii dating between 31 BC and AD 176|
|Stony Stratford Hoard||3rd century||Old Stratford
|1789||British Museum, London||2 chain headresses, 3 fibulae, various fragments of silver plaques with figures of, or inscriptions to, Roman gods, in an urn|
|Sully Hoard (1899)||late 3rd century||Sully, Vale of Glamorgan
|1899||British Museum, London||322 coins (7 gold, some silver, and rest bronze)|
4 gold rings
|Sully Hoard (2008)||mid-4th century||Sully, Vale of Glamorgan
|2008||National Museum Wales||2,366 bronze coins in one pot|
3,547 bronze coins in another pot
|Thetford Hoard||mid-4th century||near Thetford
|1979||British Museum, London||33 silver spoons|
22 gold finger rings
a gold buckle
|Thornbury Hoard||mid-4th century||Thornbury
|2004||Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery
|Tinwell Hoard||late 3rd century||Tinwell
|1999||Rutland County Museum, Oakham||2,831 base-silver coins|
|Traprain Treasure||early 5th century||Traprain Law, near Haddington
|1919||Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh||53 pounds of sliced up silver tableware|
some Christian items
a Roman officer's uniform
|Upchurch Hoard||early 4th century||Upchurch
|1950||Private collection||37 bronze coins|
|Walton (Milton Keynes) Hoard||early 4th century||Walton, Milton Keynes
|1987||97 bronze coins|
|Water Newton Treasure||4th century||Water Newton
|1975||British Museum, London||27 silver items, including jugs, hanging-bowls, bowls and votive plaques|
1 gold votive plaque
|Welbourn Hoard||mid-4th century||Welbourn
|1998||8 coins at British Museum, London||436 base silver nummi|
Shelly Ware container
|West Bagborough Hoard||mid-4th century||West Bagborough
|2001||Somerset County Museum, Taunton||669 Roman coins and 64 pieces of hacksilver|
|Westhall Hoard||mid-2nd century[note 3]||Westhall
|1855||British Museum, London
Norwich Castle Museum
|9 bronze terrets and some Roman coins in a bronze bowl|
|Weston Underwood Hoard||1st and 2nd century||Weston Underwood, Milton Keynes (borough)
|1858||Buckinghamshire County Museum||166 silver denarii|
10 other coins
various sherds and other pottery
|Wickham Market Hoard||late 3rd century||Wickham Market
|1984||Pot containing 1,587 coins|
|Wold Newton Hoard||307 AD||Wold Newton
|2014||Yorkshire Museum, York||1,857 copper coins in ceramic pot|
|Yeovil Hoard||270 AD||Yeovil
|2013||Museum of Somerset||3335 coins, including 165 denarii, originally contained in a cloth bags|
|Yorkley Hoard||mid-4th century||Yorkley
|2012||Dean Heritage Centre, Gloucestershire||500 bronze coins, probably originally contained in a cloth bag|
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