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Roman Statue of a Woman, 2nd century CE

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At Caesarea archaeologists of the Joint Expedition to Caesarea Maritima (JECM) uncovered a Roman marble statue of a woman, dating to the 2nd century CE. Today the statue stands reassembled (minus head, arms and most of the right leg) in the Caesarea Museum.

King Herod’s Dream; Caesarea on the Sea by Kenneth G. Holum, Robert L. Hohlfelder, Robert J. Bull and Avner Raban, W.W. Norton & Co Ltd, New York, 1988.

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