"A bronze of CONSTANTINE II was found in October 1958 during lawn laying at exactly SK 04949425; it was classified by York Museum" [G.F. WILMOT] (1)
A Roman coin was found during excavations for a bungalow on the south slope of Shire Hill, Glossop, near the site of a Bronze Age urn (SMR 3617) but not associated with it. It was submitted to Mr G F Willmot, Keeper of the Yorkshire Museum at York, who described it as a coin of Constantine II. The coin was presented to Buxton Museum (3)
Personal Observation: F1 FC 07-SEP-65.
Article in serial: Jackson, J. 1968. 'A large cinerary urn and Roman coin found at Glossop', Derbyshire Archaeological Journal. Volume 88, pp 96-97.
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SK 0494 9425 (point) (Centre)
GLOSSOP, HIGH PEAK, DERBYSHIRE
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