Priceless archaeological treasure surfaces after storm in Crete, Greece
A priceless archaeological treasure surfaced following the recent downpours that fell in Ierapetra, Crete.
According to neakriti.gr, a marble sculpture of an ancient Roman noblewoman with a stunning hairstyle was found on 4 January by a young farmer, who handed it immediately to the Archaeological Service.
According to the first estimate of the archaeologist curator of Lasithiou Prefecture Chrysa Sophianou, the sculpture depicts a Roman lady of around 3rd AD, it is incredibly beautiful and has great artistic value and might have decorated a mansion or a Roman tomb of that period.
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