"My name is Ozymandias, king of kings:
Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!"


Enormous rock found in a Chichester flowerbed could be the 'head' of Roman Emperor Trajan, 3D scans suggest. (Mail)
• The 'Bosham Head' has remained a mystery since it was discovered in a Chichester flowerbed over 200 years ago
• Archaeologists at Bournemouth University used 3D laser scans to pick out facial features and a distinctive hairstyle to identify Emperor Trajan
• The statue was set up by Trajan’s successor, Hadrian, on a visit to Britain in AD 121-122 to greet visitors as they entered Chichester Harbour

The identity of a huge stone object known as the 'Bosham Head' that has remained a mystery since it was discovered in a Chichester flowerbed over 200 years ago has been solved by scientists.

Using the latest scanning technology to examine the object, a team of British researchers believe the stone, which dates from around 122 AD, is part of a statue of Roman Emperor Trajan.

Before the hi-tech study, little was known about the eroded stone, which is twice as large as a human head, including who it was meant to depict.
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BONUS!
The five 'good' emperors:
Nerva (reigned ad 96–98)
Trajan (98–117)
Hadrian (117–138)
Antoninus Pius (138–161)
Marcus Aurelius (161–180)

Still more! From Julian Cope's (former leader of A Teardrop Explodes and bafflingly wonderful post-punk personality)
The Modern Antiquarian Forum: The Bosham Stone