Several of today's newspapers have reports about the discovery and display at the Museum of London of a superb piece of Romano-British sculpture found by archaeologists in the City. It is of an eagle, gripping or devouring a serpent in its beak, and emblematic of Jupiter. Experts think that it probably comes from a tomb.
Two views of the eagle
There are articles from the Daily Mail, with a quote from my friend Prof Martin Henig at Roman sculpture of eagle devouring serpent unearthed in London and from the Daily Telegraph there is both the article Exceptionally rare Roman statue unearthed in City of London and with a video at Video: 'Fantastic' Roman eagle sculpture found in London