Terracotta Fragment in Bulgaria May Depict Roman Emperor

www.archaeology.org | 2/12/2019 | Staff
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(Courtesy Varna Museum of Archaeology)VARNA, BULGARIA—The Sofia Globe reports that a piece of a terracotta sculpture dating to the sixth century A.D. has been unearthed at an early Christian monastery site near the Black Sea. The figure is thought to have been part of a mask or bust portraying a Roman emperor, according to Vassil Tenekedzhiev of the...
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