About a year ago I bought a large job lot of "minim" sized late Roman / Vandal / Early Byzantine AE4 nummi from CNG. By my reckoning, they were all from the same hoard - same green patina, logical grouping, all from the time period of Arcadius through Justinian's conquest of Vandal Africa - about 200 years. There were, however, two significant outliers Barbarous Divo Claudius II / Altar, usually attributed to early or mid 270s If it was legitimately part of the hoard, it would have been about 350 years old Size was about right though And even more strange: Pamphylia. Aspendos AE11 2nd/3rd century BC ΠO monogram on shield Triskeles Would have been about 600-800 years old That got me curious - just like if I buried a sealed box of nickels, there would be odd outliers like Buffalo and maybe V nickels, I am sure that most periods of antiquity saw much older coins circulate alongside new ones. Anyone have examples to share, or links to hoard studies?