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Contact Admin. April 26, Archaeologists in Egypt have discovered an extremely rare marble head depicting the Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius.
The head, which shows the emperor with wavy hair and a beard, was discovered in the city of Aswan in southern Egypt, according to the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities. In a Facebook post , Dr. Egypt Independent reports that the head was found when experts were reducing the level of groundwater at the Kom Ombo temple in Aswan. The head was discovered in a well next to the temple, according to LiveScience. Aurelius, who lived in the 2nd century A.
Pottery and part of a sitting statue were also uncovered at the site, as well as a section of a stone panel depicting a ram and a goose on an offering table. The animals are symbols of the god Amun, the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities said in its Facebook post. A winged sun-disk is also shown on the panel. Associated with divinity, royalty and power , the winged sun-disk is a common symbol of the pharaonic era.
Ancient Egypt continues to reveal its secrets. Experts in Australia, for example, recently found the tattered remains of an ancient priestess in a 2,year-old Egyptian coffin that was long thought to be empty. On the other side of the world, a rare ancient artifact depicting the famous female pharaoh Hatshepsut surfaced in the UK.
Stunning new research also claims that King Tutankhamun may have been a boy soldier, challenging the theory he was a weak and sickly youth before his mysterious death at around 18 years of age. In February, archaeologists announced the discovery of a 4,year-old tomb near the pyramids. Late last year, archaeologists also revealed that they had uncovered the graves of four children at an ancient site in Egypt. The question every woman asks early in a romance.