Statues over 2,000 years old found in Italy that could ‘rewrite history’

Statues over 2,000 years old found in Italy that could ‘rewrite history’

A statue was found in Tuscany

image source, Environmental Protection Agency

Italian archaeologists have discovered 24 remarkably well-preserved bronze statues in Tuscany, believed to date back to the time of the ancient Romans.

Statues have been found Under the muddy ruins of the baths at San Casciano dei BagniIt is a hilltop town in the province of Siena, about 160 kilometers from Rome.

The numbers are estimated to be around 2,300 years old. Represent Hygieia, Apollo and other Greco-Roman deities. Hygieia was the goddess of cleanliness and healing and the word “cleanliness” derives from her name.

One expert said the discovery could “rewrite history”.

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