Un depósito de siliquae recortadas hallado en Teruel (Aragón) y asociado a clavi caligarii (post 408-411 d.C.)

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2017
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The article presents a small but interesting deposit of three clipped siliquae. An important number of clavi caligarii, i.e. iron hobnails, were also found in their immediate vicinity. This discovery is probably the first material evidence in a military context of the famous invasion of Hispania by the usurper ‘Constantinus III’.
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Martínez Chico, D. (2017). Un depósito de siliquae recortadas hallado en Teruel (Aragón) y asociado a clavi caligarii (post 408-411 d.C.). Revue Belge de Numismatique et de Sigillographie, 163, 189-203.
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