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Statue of Gallic soldier

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Gallic soldier statue
Statue of Gallic soldier

A statue of a Gallic soldier in Roman robes, holding a Gallic shield. It is suspected that he was a Gallic aristocrat recruited into Roman auxiliary. The object was found in 1850 in Vachères, east of Avignon. It is now in the Lapidary Museum in Avignon (France). Sculpture dated to the 1st BCE – 1st century CE.

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