In the UK, found a bronze ear of the Roman Empire
In North Yorkshire it was discovered the bronze ear, which belonged to a Roman statue. The experts estimate the age of discovery in the 1800s.
It is reported that in the UK with a metal detector, scientists were able to detect ear of the Roman bronze statues. It is noted that in the place where it was discovered ear, once lay on the trade road leading to Rome.
After spending some research, scientists have found that bronze ear refers to the times of the Roman Empire. The length of this findings is 8 inches, so it can be assumed that the statue was made in full height of a man, and as the ear is made of bronze, and the whole statue was also made of bronze.
Recall that the group of scientists managed to find a whole settlement, which also belonged to the Roman Empire. Thus, scientists were able to discover the ancient buildings where you can see the facades of bathhouses and shops. Also found in the settlement was able to find well preserved Roman vessel, which was filled with various herbs and spices at the time.
Most scientists believe that such discoveries are very important for our times, because they allow to tell the story of people who lived in these areas about 2000 years ago.
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