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An ancient, three-headed snake will return to Delphi, where it originated nearly 2,500 years ago. The Serpent Column is a bronze pillar built in the ancient city of Delphi, Greece, to commemorate those who had fought against the Persian Empire in the Battle of Plataea in 470 B.C. The column was later removed and taken to Constantinople, and now the column is planned to be rebuilt and put on display back at the original site.

Archaeology News Network reports that The Central Archaeological Council has recently announced the copy will be made using a plaster cast. The cast was taken in 1980 and has been safeguarded at the Delphi Museum since that time...

Ancient Three-Headed Serpent Column of Delphi to Rise Again after 2500 Years | Ancient Origins

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