The latest find from the ongoing excavations is this statue of the Buddha, which was found in the forecourt of the Temple of Isis. It is 28 inches high (71 cm). My first thought was that this must have come from India, but apparently not; the analysis says the marble was quarried near Istanbul. This means somebody in the Roman empire knew how to carve statues of the Buddha
And also that somebody in Berenike was interested enough in the Buddha to purchase this statue and leave it as an offering at the Temple of Isis, another fascinating look at the religious syncretism of the Roman Empire.