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A treasure of four gold Roman coins from the 5th century AD was found in Witów. It contains three solidi of Emperor Theodosius II (402–450) and one solidus of Emperor Valentinian II (424–455). The first group of coins presents a bust in an armour on the obverse. The name of the emperor is inscribed on the rim — DN THEODOSI-VS P.F. AVG.

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A treasure of four gold Roman coins from the 5th century AD was found in Witów. It contains three solidi of Emperor Theodosius II (402–450) and one solidus of Emperor Valentinian II (424–455). The first group of coins presents a bust in an armour on the obverse. The name of the emperor is inscribed on the rim − DN THEODOSI-VS P.F. AVG. On the reverse is the sitting goddess Roma. The weight of the coins is standardised (in grams: 4.444; 4.444; 4.446). The fourth coin presents a bust of the emperor on the obverse and an inscription on the rim: DN ILA VALENTI-NIANVS PF AVG. On the reverse the standing emperor is presented. The coin is slightly lighter – its weight is 4 338 g. The diameter of the coins ranges from 21 to 22 mm.

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