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Local man finds 2,000-year-old Roman lead ingot in Welsh field
by Alex Fox
Smithsonian Magazine Translate This Article
26 June 2020
On 26 June 2020 Smithsonian Magazine reported:
Welsh man wielding a metal detector recently discovered a large Roman lead ingot inscribed with Latin writing ... Rob Jones' discovery adds a tangible piece of evidence to the history of Roman mining in the region. Per the statement, Emperor Claudius' desire to exploit Britain's natural resources was one of the main motivations for his invasion of the island in 43 A.D. Lead ore, also called galena, often contains silver. The Romans prized both metals ...
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The inscription appears to mention Marcus Trebellius Maximus, who governed Britannia on behalf of Roman Emperor Nero between 63 and 69 A.D, suggesting the lead specimen is nearly 2,000 years old, according to a statement.
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