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   Ex-voto of a pair of eyes, bronze.

 Part of two-sided, black flint tool.

 Statue of the goddess Sequana, bronze.

 Statuette in terracotta (idol?).

 Bowl encrusted with pewter, terracotta

 Set of three wine flasks, bronze.

 Statue of a goddess of a spring (?), limestone.

 Bas-relief showing god with birds, limestone.

 Funereal monument of a wine merchant, limestone.

 Vase decorated with a hunt scene, ceramic.

 Sculpted tympanum with "The Last Supper", limestone.

 Part of a decorated box with historical scenes, ivory.

 Fragment of a statue-column with the head of St. Bénigne, limestone.

 Belt buckle decorated with an historical scene, bronze

 Bust of Christ crucified, limestone.

 
 
 
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Dijon, Musée archéologique
 
Statue of the goddess Sequana, bronze.
  Dating: Gallo-Roman Era (1st-3rd centuries).
Total H: 47 cm.
Origin: Saint-Germain-Source-Seine (21), Sanctuary of Sources de la Seine.
Dijon Museum of Archaeology. © F. Perrodin.



In a ditch of an ancient sanctuary this Hellenistic-looking female statue was discovered with a boat whose prow was decorated with a duck's head. It was certainly the goddess Sequana.