A while back we mentioned a Roman sewer find in Cheshire ... I'm not sure whether this news report (on the discovery of what appears to be a temple to Minerva) is related or not:

A question arises: in the presentation they mention deliberately breaking statues offered 'to release the spirit' ... was the breaking of 'offered' statuary a normal practice in Roman times? Also of interest is a coin said to come from 180 B.C. (!) held up at the end, but too blurry to identify securely.