Statue head of Roman emperor unearthed in northern Bulgaria — The Archaeology News Network

The head of a statue which dates back to the third century AD and believed to be of Roman Emperor Aurelian has been discovered by archaeologists in Ulpia Oescus, which was one of the most important cities of the Roman Empire in what is today Bulgaria. The statue head from the 3rd century AD believed…

via Statue head of Roman emperor unearthed in northern Bulgaria — The Archaeology News Network

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