In 1994, a set of 19 aurei (gold coins) were found during the excavation of Carrer d’en Pujol. They may have been the savings of a merchant who hid them under a step in his shop.
Ten of them were minted during the era of Tiberius (AD 14-37), one of them during the mandate of Caligula (AD 37-41) and eight during the reign of the Emperor Claudius (AD 41-54).
On the front are portraits of the three emperors. But the backs are different: on the coins from the era of Tiberius, we can find his mother Livia; on those from the mandate of Caligula, we find his mother Agrippina; and on those from the reign of Claudius, we find a variety of allegories.