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A Roman statue worth $ 15 million found in an olive depot

by Pat Coate | December 31, 2006

Gemlik, Bursa, Turkey - A statue belonging to the Roman era was found in an olive depot located in Gemlik, Bursa.

A statue of two women holding a globe in their hands is assumed to belong the Roman era was captured. Police said the owners of the depot was trying to sell the statue for $ 15 million to some foreign buyers.

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