'Priceless' Roman eagle discovered at...

'Priceless' Roman eagle discovered at London work site

There are 1 comment on the KFVS12 story from Nov 4, 2013, titled 'Priceless' Roman eagle discovered at London work site. In it, KFVS12 reports that:

And when the Romans colonized what later became Britain, they left behind evidence of their conquests, everything from roads to Hadrian's Wall.

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Billy Fillip

Old Lyme, CT

#1 Nov 4, 2013
"'A relatively common discovery on an archaeological site, but to go ahead and reveal it and see the detail the quality of the workmanship, and the completeness of the find was just amazing,' Roy Stephenson of the Museum of London said."

He must have been drunk at the time or incoherent from a head injury. BTW, if it's a "relatively common find" then what's all the fuss about? What a bunch of feckin' penguins.

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