From the BBC: Giant statue of Hadrian unearthed.
Parts of a huge, exquisitely carved statue of the Roman Emperor Hadrian have been found at an archaeological site in south-central Turkey.
The original statue would have stood 4m-5m in height, experts estimate.
His achievements include the massive wall built across the width of northern Britain which bears his name.
Ruling Rome from AD117 to AD138; he was known as a great military administrator and is one of the so-called "five good emperors".
So far, the excavators have unearthed the head, foot and part of a leg. [continue, see photo]