Treasures of the Rhone
Photographers Remi Benali and Patrick Landmann have spent 10 weeks working with Luc Long and a team of archaeologists and divers who have been excavating the Rhone River. The Roman Treasures that they have found, unseen for 2000 years, include a marble portrait of Julius Caesar, the only carved while he was alive, a gold-leaf statue of Victory and a bronze captive awaiting his death sentence. All are considered to be chefs d'oeuvres by the French Ministry of Culture and can be seen now at the Musée Départemental de l'Arles antique.
Trésors archéologiques du Rhône