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Left-handed Roman was unlucky

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Perseus and Andromeda in the Roman fresco
Perseus and Andromeda in the Roman fresco

Left-handed Romans were considered unlucky and untrustworthy. It is worth adding that left-handed gladiators were considered a “special element” of the show.

They used more varied weapons and used a more exotic fighting style.

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