IGCH 2046

Closing date: 300 B.C. - 200 B.C.
2046 Campo Laurelli, Campobasso region, 
(196)     Samnium, 1854
    Burial: 3rd cent. B.C. ? (K)
    Contents: 86 AR, 13 AE. Part in a scyphus, 
        part scattered over site
    Pitanatae: 2 AR 
         Allifae: 8 AR
         Campania: 3 AR 
         Hyria: 3 AR
         Neapolis: 5 AR 
         Nola: 1 AR
         Phistelia: 43 AR
         Arpi: 1 AE
         Luceria: 1 aes grave
         Teate: 1AE; (not Teanum, as Sambon) 
         Taras: 3 AR
         Metapontum: 1 AR
         Poseidonia: 1 AR
         Thurium: 2 AR
         Velia: 5 AR
         Croton: 2 AR
    Unc.: 3 AE
    Roman Rep.: 7 den.; 2 aes grave,. 5 AE
    Disposition: Naples?
    Rizzi, Bullettino Arch. Napoletano 1855, p. 130 
    Sambon, Recherches, p. 29
    Thomsen, ERC I, p. 108
    The coins listed above include all finds from 
        the site. Those in the scyphus were not 
        separately identified by Rizzi, but they 
        presumably included most, if not all, 
        of the 43 Phistelia, together with some 
        other AR
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