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How Did 4th-Century Roman Coins End Up In A Medieval Japanese Castle?

Wednesday, October 5, 2016 17:30
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– this post authored by Kevin Butcher, University of Warwick

The recent discovery of Roman coins in controlled excavations of a castle in Japan prompted the inevitable question: how did they get there? Could Rome’s fabled trading links have stretched as far as Okinawa? It’s very unlikely.

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