ploughshare-shaped currency bar

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Type of iron ingot found in the 1st and 2nd centuries bc in southern England, typically about 0.5 m long, an elongated triangle in outline, with turned‐in corners at the wider end. Examples of this style of currency bar are mainly found in the Thames Valley and south midlands.

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