Latest Discoveries From The Roman Temple -- The head of Jupiter-Serapis, which is perfectly preserved and is 14" high. He was the god of the underworld. Several more major finds were made on Monday at London Roman Temple, and nothing more exciting or more important artistically has ever been discovered in Britain, says Mr. G.F. Grimes, the Director of the London Museum, when he saw the treasures. Amongst a statuette of Hermes, the Greek god who conducted souls to the nether world, and a huge han Stock Photo 5513-111856262 : Superstock

Latest Discoveries From The Roman Temple -- The head of Jupiter-Serapis, which is perfectly preserved and is 14" high. He was the god of the underworld. Several more major finds were made on Monday at London Roman Temple, and nothing more exciting or more important artistically has ever been discovered in Britain, says Mr. G.F. Grimes, the Director of the London Museum, when he saw the treasures. Amongst a statuette of Hermes, the Greek god who conducted souls to the nether world, and a huge han

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