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Hasan Deniz
Hasan Deniz • 1 year ago

Gladiator Graveyard in Ephesus. Here is where the contestants were buried. It is right outside the arena.

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  • Jan Power

    This looks like a statue I once saw of Lucius Cornelius Sulla. I will see if I can find it. Hope you are well, j

  • Rose Scott

    excellent!

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Be the Gladiator - Rare fully intact Roman bronze gladiator helmet featuring the hero Hercules on the front and the defeated Nemeian Lion on the base of the comb. Before 1st C. AD. Higgins Armory Museum, Worcester, Massachusetts.

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