Alabaster bust of Cleopatra Discovered in Egyptian Temple

It's a bit early for SCA, but still interesting: A bust of Cleopatra made from alabaster and a mask that may have belonged to Marc Antony are among the many items discovered in the Taposiris Magna temple, north of Alexandria, Egypt.

Scientists think it was built in the reign of Ptolemy II (282-246 B.C.). Among the other treasures found were 22 coins with Cleopatra's face, a bronze Aphrodite statue and 22 skeletons.