Discovery by a French corporal in courtyard of barracks led to the uncovering of cache of 3rd & 4th C sculpture. Later excavations revealed the sculpture had been buried in a room of a modest villa of the late 4th or early 5th century A.D. that lay just outside the city wall
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Discovery by a French corporal in courtyard of barracks led to the uncovering of cache of 3rd & 4th C sculpture. Later excavations revealed the sculpture had been buried in a room of a modest villa of the late 4th or early 5th century A.D. that lay just outside the city wall

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October 30 1934

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1853

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“Discovery by a French corporal in courtyard of barracks led to the uncovering of cache of 3rd & 4th C sculpture. Later excavations revealed the sculpture had been buried in a room of a modest villa of the late 4th or early 5th century A.D. that lay just outside the city wall,” Archaeological Archives, accessed August 17, 2019, http://vrc.princeton.edu/archives/items/show/13976.
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