Among the finds were exquisite fragments of high quality Samianware pottery, probably made in what is now southern France, a silver denarius from the reign of the Emperor Domitian, 81-96AD, a hob-nailed boot found in an old well and remains of amphorae, pottery vessels which held wine.
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D stands for Denarius (Roman Coin)
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The Raiders can normally put points on the board in their losing efforts with Carson Palmer getting big plays from receivers Denarius Moore, Darrius Heyward-Bey or Rod Streater, but even that won't be easy against the Broncos' much-improved pass defence.
Darren McFadden rushed for 114 yards and quarterback Carson Palmer found Denarius Moore for five receptions and a touchdown, while the Oakland defense didn't allow Kansas City to reach the end zone until late in the fourth quarter.
Johan Christian Dahl's Mother and Child by the Sea, painted in 1840, and a Roman denarius coin, from about 43BC commemorating the murder of Julius Caesar were voted second and third favourites.
CAPTION(S): CASH J CROP Dave Crisp shows off hoard in Frome and, above, a silver Carausius denarius coin
The coin, a denarius, was identified at Harborough Museum, where it is on display, after it was unearthed in 2000.
We came to the Denarius offices, in the heart of Sofia.
Their conclusion was based on Cleopatra's depiction on a Roman denarius coin which shows her as a sharp-nosed, thin-lipped woman with a protruding chin.