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C24 Feature Bronze Age skeleton of dagger-clutching Racton Man could have been a King or priestAmy Roberts, Collections Officer at the Novium in Chichester, introduces the Bronze Age Racton Man whose imminent analysis could hold national importance.11 April 2014
News Huge Chichester stone could be head of Roman Emperor Nero, say archaeologistsHeld in a collections centre where it is being investigated using 3D scanning, a mystery stone head could be a rare portrait of the feared ruler of the first century Roman Empire.30 September 2013
News The Novium's mysterious Roman head is Emperor Trajan say ArchaeologistsAfter much speculation the identity of the Bosham Head at the Novium museum in Chichester has been identified by archaeologists as that of the Emperor Trajan.09 October 2013
News Welcome to Britain: Largest Roman sculpture to show its face at Chichester NoviumTwice life-size, cast in Italian marble and designed to gaze over visitors to Roman Sussex, the battered face of Emperor Trajan is becoming less of a mystery.29 January 2014