Rare Roman statuette found in Rusokastro, Bulgaria

Rare Roman statuette found in Rusokastro, Bulgaria



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Researchers working in the Roman fortress Rusokastro in Bulgaria, they have made a curious discovery when they found a small statuette representing an advancing horse.

The statuette shows the horse with its right leg raised and bent at the knee, and its head turned slightly to the right. The hind legs and part of the tail are missing.

The statuette is cast in bronze and exquisitely well crafted, measuring 5 cm long by 4.8 cm and dates from between the 2nd and 3rd centuries.

Researchers believe it is a gift left in a shrine or temple and this find may indicate its existence (yet to be discovered) in the vicinity of the fortress.

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