A stash of more than 50,000 Roman coins found in a field by a treasure hunter has been valued at £320,250.
The exact value of the hoard, which was uncovered in a field near Frome last April, was determined following several hours of debate including the differing opinions of three experts.
The coins, stashed in a large jar, include five particularly rare silver pieces made for the emperor Carausius, who ruled from 286 to 293AD.
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