I was standing in line and this was next to me, behind a rope.
Here's a very large image at Wikimedia Commons. And a smaller one in context.
From Wikimedia Commons: The statue was found neatly buried under tiles with the inscription
“FCS” (“fulgor conditum summanium”), indicating that it was struck by lightning
then buried on the spot. Gilt bronze, Roman artwork of the 2nd century CE.
See photographs of how it was found, at The Pompey Project - Excavations and Early Studies.
Fascinating article on Recreating Pompey. Here's what the area looks like today.
Brings to mind
"I cudda been a contenduh."