A hoard of Roman silver coins and two medieval finger rings have been declared treasure.
The coins were discovered by detectorists in a field at Wick in the Vale of Glamorgan in December last year.
The find comprises 91 Roman silver denarii (a day's pay) which were buried in a locally-made pot. The coins date from the period of Emperor Nero (AD 54-68) to Marcus Aurelius (161-80) and the latest coin was struck in 163-4.
The two medieval rings were found in Llancarfan in the Vale of Glamorgan in December 2013.
The gold ring is thought to date from the late 1400's and the silver one from the 1100's.