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A Roman Counterfeiters' Den. Part 1. White Woman's Hole, near Leighton, Mendip Hills, Somerset (UBSS Proceedings v.13(1))

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Barrett,J.H., and Boon,G.C., 1972. A Roman Counterfeiters' Den. Part 1. White Woman's Hole, near Leighton, Mendip Hills, Somerset. UBSS Proceedings, 13(1) , pp 61-69 Download PDF.

Abstract: White Woman's Hole is a cave some 18 m long which, during excavation, revealed late Roman-British coin counerfeiting material and Romano-British pottery in disturbed stratification. A sherd of Iron Age pottery, Medieval and later pottery were also found.

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