Botticelli fresco in Hungary?

Art historians are excited about the possible discovery of a Botticelli fresco in the ruins of a Hungarian palace. The large work was found in remains of the palace of Archbishop Janos Vitez, the head of the country's Catholic church from 1465 to 1472.

The fresco was originally discovered in the 1930s and depicts "four female figures representing the four cardinal virtues wisdom, temperance, courage and justice."