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Mercury – statue from 2nd century CE

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Mercury - statue from 2nd century CE
Mercury - statue from 2nd century CE

Mercury – Roman statue from the 2nd century CE, made of bronze. The object is located in the museum at Colchester Castle (built on the foundations of the Claudius Temple). In Roman times the city was called Camulodunum or Colonia Claudia Victricensis.

Author: Krzysztof Kaucz (translated from Polish: Jakub Jasiński)

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