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Incredibly-preserved Roman eagle statue found on building site in Aldgate - East London Advertiser

Incredibly-preserved Roman eagle statue found on building site in Aldgate - East London Advertiser | Roman eagle Sculture found in London | Scoop.it
East London Advertiser Incredibly-preserved Roman eagle statue found on building site in Aldgate East London Advertiser A team from the Museum of London was reluctant at first to announce the discovery and proclaim its Roman origins, owing to its...
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Rare Roman Eagle Sculpture Found in London - Discovery News

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Rare Roman Eagle Sculpture Found in London
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Depictions of eagles are found across the Roman empire as symbols of strength and authority, but were also common in funerary settings.

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'Pristine' Roman sculpture dating back 1,900 years unearthed in London

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Experts from the Museum of London Archaeology said the sculpture of the bird clasping a serpent, found close to the Tower of London, was almost unrecognisable when it was found.

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London archaeologists find Roman eagle statue - CNN

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London archaeologists find Roman eagle statue CNN London (CNN) -- A Roman sculpture of an eagle with a writhing serpent firmly gripped in its hooked beak was unveiled Wednesday in London, where archaeologists found it on a site earmarked for a...
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