This museum houses temporary exhibitions presenting the results of the findings on historical sites. It holds the Hermès Bicéphale, the emblematic bust of Fréjus.
This white marble bust, inspired by an archaic Greek style (beginning of the 5th century BC) and probably dating from the High Roman Empire (1st century AD), was discovered in 1970, in Fréjus, during archeological findings in the Clos de la Tour district, at the site of a Roman house. As an heir of the hermès-borne, this bust joins two rustic crowned divinities.
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