He was still subduing the Franci when a new threat broke out in Britannia. The Picts had mobilized forces and were threatening to invade the Roman Province there.
So Constans and his generals beat a hasty retreat, to take on the Picts. Not wanting to be encumbered with treasure, one of these generals, or perhaps even Constans himself, buried a hoard of Roman coins in the ground, intending to retrieve it after the war with the Picts. The coins remained buried in the the Alsatian earth, near the village of Epfig, until the 21st century, when they were discovered by a crew digging a new sewage system. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Coins: Ancient\Roman: Imperial (27 BC-476 AD)".
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