More than 2,000 people have turned out to see one of the largest ever finds of Roman coins in Britain, which were discovered in a field in Frome by Dave Crisp (pictured).
The coins were on display at Frome Library on the same day the collection was declared treasure by East Somerset coroner Tony Williams.
The 160kg (353 lb) hoard is thought to date from the 3rd Century AD. Mr Crisp had earlier found a hoard of 60 silver coins in the same field before he discovered the larger pot of coins.
The collection of coins, which are made from debased silver or bronze, includes examples from 286 to 293AD during the reign of Carausius.
Mr Crisp says he does not know what the reward will be for the find, but it has been suggested the NHS worker could get up to £1m which he says he will split with the landowner.
Since the discovery in late April, experts from the Portable Antiquities Scheme at the British Museum have been working through the find.
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