A second coin was found near Huts G or Q. Dr. Gardner writes "I regret that I cannot identify the emperor. The reverse apparently shews figure of Moneta, with balance-scales in right hand and cornucopia in left; but, even so, this is a common reverse type through several centuries and does not shew the date. The size, of course, points to late first or to second century." A further find is of greater importance. It consisted of two massive bronze bracelets of identical design, one in practically perfect condition, the other with the surface slightly decayed, found together at the same level as the coin, but in the neighbourhood of huts C and Oi. The sketches here reproduced give the plan of, Bronze bracelet found at Braich-y-Dinas. (t.) and a section through, a bracelet drawn to their actual size, and the external elevation of the hinge or fastening and the detail of the outside face of the bracelet increased to twice their actual size. The bracelet consists of two pieces, their ends expanded and rounded off, the expanded portions being divided into three sections, a central section of one piece to work in between two outer sections of the other piece, as in the knuckle of an ordinary hinge. The ends are pierced vertically. Through the piercing of one set of ends a rivet with rounded heads is fitted. Through the corresponding set a pin seems to have been inserted after the bracelet was in position on the arm. Oblong plates are riveted to the curved pieces of the main bracelet each side of the hinge. They would strengthen the bracelet at this point, but they appear to be independent of the actual working construction. The plates are ornamented with a pattern of concentric circles, both independent of and around the rivet heads. The bracelets themselves have a moulded section. They have three parallel sunk portions, filled with small clustered ribs in each division worked into continuous bands of small pellets. The pattern of concentric circles on the plates would seem to have been derived from a Celtic, rather than a Roman, inspiration. In the British Museum is a solid gold bracelet of somewhat similar construction, found near Rhayader. Oblong plates in this instance, however, according to the printed description, seem to form portions of the knuckles of the hinges. The