Have you heard that the only preserved monument for a civilian, i.e. regular person, like you or me, with a statue on a tall column in the entire territory of the Roman Empire, that means from Spain to UK to Syria to Egypt was excavated in Ljubljana?
Almost as tall as a real person (145 cm) reveals us a bit of Roman fashion of 2nd century. Clothing, shoes and of course hair style. The original so called Emonean (Person from town Emona, which was Ljubljana in Roman times, about 2 millennials ago.) was posing for me at National Museum. You can see it's copy standing tall at Congress Square in the centre of Ljubljana.
They discovered this copper statue in 1836 during the constructions of Kazina building, where it was probably buried by the Romans to protect it from possible (human) scavengers. It's reconstruction at Congress Square shows it as it was set initially: the statue was placed on a tall pillar above urn grave.
After writing a blog in Slovenian language for 10 years I have finally come to my sense and started writing one in English as well.