WORK on the £11.6 million revamp of Canterbury's prestigious Beaney Institute has ground to a halt – because of Roman pornography.
Archaeologists are racing against time to recover lost evidence beneath the city's streets before the builders return.
Among the artefacts already uncovered are saucy carvings of couples having sex.
A spokesman confirmed: "We have found many personal effects and high-class pottery – known as samianware – depicting hunting and erotic scenes."
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