The United Kingdom's Cultural Legacy : The Bronze Horse Head

The horse head was discovered in 1864 in the ruins of the Roman city of Caledonia, which is located in what is now Scotland. The head is believed to have been part of a larger equestrian statue that was created in honor of a Roman emperor or other high-ranking official.

The bronze horse head is considered a masterpiece of Roman art and is now housed in the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh. Its intricate details and lifelike proportions make it a striking example of the skill and craftsmanship of ancient Roman artists. 

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