The systematic research on the coin finds from the Hungarian Barbaricum, i.e. the region to the east of the Danube, was initiated with the adoption of the AFE-RGK database. The metal detector finds and major excavations carried out over the last decades have considerably increased the number of coin finds in Hungary. The exciting new material makes it possible to revise the previously published data and to outline new regional trends across the area in question. One of the most interesting topics is the role of the Devil's Dykes and the military in the numismatic history of this territory. The paper aims to summarize the results of the last years of research.