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Roman bronze horse's head found in Germany

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Roman bronze horse's head found in Germany

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A life-sized bronze horse’s head has been found at the bottom of a well in Germany which, archaeologists believe, could have come from a statue of the Roman Emperor, Augustus. The cast-bronze head, which weighs 25 kilos, is one of the best preserved Roman bronzes in the world and suggests the Romans had a much more established presence in ancient Germany than previously thought.