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Two ancient Roman skeletons have been holding hands for 1,500 years, and they’re both men

PinkNews Friday, 13 September 2019
Two ancient Roman skeletons found next to each other in Italy have been revealed by experts to both be men, and they have been holding hands for 1,500 years. The couple, from the fourth to sixth century AD, were named the ‘Lovers of Modena’ when they were found in 2009 and until now scientists were …...
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Research has revealed that the Roman-era “Lovers of Modena,” two skeletons that were buried together and are holding hands, were both men.

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