Head of goddess found during Rome Capitoline Hill dig

Section of marble statue from time of Roman empire

(ANSA) - Rome, May 24 - Archaeologists working on a dig on Rome's Capitoline Hill, where the city's historic city hall is located, on Friday found the head of a goddess that was part of a marble statue dating back to the time of the Roman empire.
    The find is said to be in excellent condition.
    "Rome surprises and excites you every day," said Mayor Virginia Raggi on Facebook.
   

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