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Roman bas-relief depicting god Mercury

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Roman bas-relief depicting god Mercury
Roman bas-relief depicting god Mercury

Roman bas-relief depicting the god Mercury. Object dated to the 2nd-3rd century CE. The sculpture shows the deity with a cap with wings on his head and a rooster at his side.

Artifact found in Cirencester (southern England); Many images of Mercury were found in the city, suggesting that the local people were eager to worship Mercury.


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