REGINI/REGNI (Map)

Various opinions have been expressed as to the status of the Regini but Chris Rudd believes that the coin evidence demonstrates that the Regini were an independent tribe in West Sussex, and that they were not simply a subset of the neighbouring Atrebates.  Over the period c.65-45 BC they may have produced 200,000-400,000 uninscribed coins, including some of the earliest gold coins made in Britain, and that the vast majority of these coins had nothing to do with the Atrebates.   [ABC numbers 515 to 743].

 

PAS PUBLIC-58C3B7
PAS PUBLIC-58C3B7
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 PAS SUR-CA4497
PAS SUR-CA4497
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 PAS SUR-E803BC
PAS SUR-E803BC
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PAS SUSS-E94912
PAS SUSS-E94912
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