Oldest Caesar bust found in river

From The Australian: Oldest Caesar bust found in river.

A bust of Julius Caesar, believed to be the oldest representation of the Roman emperor yet known, has been found at the bottom of the River Rhone in Arles, a French town founded by him in 46 BC.

The life-sized bust showing the Roman ruler as a balding and ageing man with wrinkles and hollows in his face is tentatively dated to 46 BC.

Divers trained in archaeology uncovered the marble bust and a collection of other finds in the Rhone River near the town of Arles in the south of France.

Among other items in the treasure trove of ancient objects found in the bed of the river was a [continue]