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Relief on Roman tombstone showing scene from work in slaughterhouse

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Relief on Roman tombstone showing scene from work in slaughterhouse
Relief on Roman tombstone showing scene from work in slaughterhouse | Photo: Roger Pearse

Relief on a Roman tombstone showing a scene from the work of the deceased, who was a butcher. The man is at work, pieces of meat are hanging in front of him, and the wife is writing something on a wax tablet. The woman has a hairstyle typical of the reign of Emperor Hadrian (117-138 CE).

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