Excavations at Kingsmead Quarry, Berkshire, England have revealed a highly complex archaeological landscape.
This site has been used by humans since the last Ice Age, over a period of approximately 12,000 years. There is a limited amount of evidence for the Iron Age occupation of the site. The silver Iron Age coin shown above is an example of such evidence.
This coin represents a silver half unit, and likely dates from the mid to late part of the third quarter of the first century BC.
Courtesy of Wessex Archaeology.