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Early A.D. Hermes statue found in Crimea
September 5, 2002
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Posted by HW on August 23, 2019

A bronze sculpture of Hermes reportedly made in the first century A.D. has been found in the ancient settlement Mangul near Bahchisaray (Crimea).

Research expedition headed by Oleksandr Gertsen, the head of ancient world and Middle Ages cathedra of Tavria National University, has found the precious sculpture.

The 115 cm high sculpture proves relationships of the ancient princedom Feodoro and Byzantium. The archeological research has been conducting in this region for more than 100 years.
 
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