Student finds ancient statue while searching trash
Can you find a god in a rubbish pile?
That exactly what happened to a first-year archaeology student when he came across an ancient deity statue in northern England.
The figure is similar to the Roman god Antenociticus, though professors think it could also be a homegrown god.
“It’s possibly a Geordie god, though it could have been worshipped at the other end of the wall,” Dr. David Petts told the Press Association. Petts is a lecturer in Archaeology at Durham University....
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