1,900-year-old eagle statue found at London dig site

10/31/2013 | Bloomberg

A Roman statue of an eagle swallowing a snake has been uncovered by archaeologists digging at the site of a planned hotel complex in London. The limestone statue is in pristine condition and is believed to be about 1,900 years old. "This really sits among the finest pieces of Romano-British sculpture," said Museum of London Archaeology finds specialist Michael Marshall.

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