Hoard of Roman and Greek coins found in the US...

From: Delmarvanow website

"It is a mystical union, when artifacts two centuries old come alive again in the hands of a boy. In the ground, some of the highly worn copper coins of old may be almost worthless, but in his hands they become a glowing treasure, a beacon of life-changing enlightenment. Across the ages, these bits of history have the power to direct and influence one young man's life and career."

Using a metal detector, Bobby Grangier, 10, found a hoard of Roman and Greek coins, dating to 500 AD, at a shoreline site on the Chesapeake Bay in Accomack County.(Photo: Staff photo by Brice Stump)

Using a metal detector, Bobby Grangier, 10, found a hoard of Roman and Greek coins, dating to 500 AD, at a shoreline site on the Chesapeake Bay in Accomack County.(Photo: Staff photo by Brice Stump)

Read full article here: http://www.delmarvanow.com/story/news/local/delaware/2015/01/10/boy-finds-cache-greek-roman-coins/21562515/