More than 200 Roman coins where found in different places of the Iberian north-west. Dated between I BCE and I CE centuries in one side is the face of Augustus and in the other side the shield of the Gallaeci, a group of tribes assimilated by the empire at the end of I BCE century.

This is a work of the Facebook page Galician National Heritage and the coins are in the Castelo de San Antón Archaeological Museum (A Coruña).