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The Roman Empire was one of the most well-known societies in history. Around two-thousand years ago, the Romans ruled most of the modern world. Romans invaded many different places around the world, and left treasures behind when they left. In Spain, a group of construction workers found some lost Roman coins at a work site.

According to an article by the Charlotte Observer, 1,300 pounds of bronze Roman coins were found in Tomares, Spain. The coins were buried deep in the ground. The coins are in excellent condition, and are very valuable. As construction continues, workers hope to find more treasures.

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