Brief item from the Observer:

A massive hoard of Roman coins has been unearthed by archaeologists probing the former Shippams factory site in Chichester city centre.
Many have congealed together down the centuries, and an accurate assessment cannot be given until restoration work is completed but they run into many hundreds, and estimates are up to 2,500.
They are being X-rayed and examined this week to see how they are stuck together and how they can be successfully taken apart.
A smaller stash, totalling around 350 coins, more spread around, was discovered in recent weeks, and the site has now already produced more coinage than any of the many archaeological digs in the Chichester area over the years.