In 2010 H. Horsnæs published the first of two volumes of Crossing Boundaries, in which she moved beyond lists of coin finds by approaching the material from an archaeological viewpoint as well as presenting a fully updated publication of the Roman coinage found in Denmark. In this project, I have attempted to update the material further by focusing primarily on the Roman denarius hoards found since 2008. By discussing the methodologies of metal detecting within the Danish law and its inherent challenges, I have sought to shed light on the quality of data within the modern Danish borders. I have shown that, whilst the conclusions regarding the presence of Roman denarii in Denmark have not changed since 2008, by applying new theories to the material we can further improve the way in which we approach the material as scholars. I addition, I have updated the comprehensive picture of Roman denarii found in Denmark.