Archaeological excavations on the site Carevi Kuli, Strumica brought in a significant amount of numismatic material, including 262 individual finds, 8 mini-hoards (3 to 11 pcs.) and 3 hoards (18 to 21 pcs). Carevi Kuli is located on a hill which rises southwest of the city of Strumica where important ancient roads intersected: the ancient road Astibo-Astrajon-Dober-Idomene-Thessaloniki. Two of the mini hoards belong to the Macedonian king Perseus (179-168 BC), three date to the beginning of the 4th century, one comprises coins from the first half of the 4th century, one mini hoard dates to the middle of the 4th century, and one to the second half of the 4th century. The large hoards include a group of coins from autonomous regions and cities, from the cities of Amphipolis, Pella and Thessalonica (the reign of Philip V and Perseus, 187/6-168 BC), two coin hoards date to the late 4th century.