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Underwater archaeology. Underwater archaeologist holding the marble head of an Ancient Roman god, found in the Rhone river a few metres from the bank at Arles, France, during an archaeological campaign in 2009. It is still uncertain which god this represents but it is thought to be Jupiter, Neptune or Esculape, the god of medicine and the doctor that cared for the Argonauts during their quest for the Golden Fleece.
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