The “starting point” of the Women’s Garden turns out to be an ancient Roman artifact

The "starting point" of the Women's Garden turns out to be an ancient Roman artifact

A new analysis has discovered that a faded looking marble slab, used for 10 years as a starting point in an English garden, is actually a rare ancient Roman engraving.

The discovery surprised its owner, who learned that the 25-inch (63 cm) slab – a stone she had previously used as a ladder during her installation. horse It dates back to the second century AD and was valued at about $ 20,400 (15,000 pounds sterling).

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