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Roman marriage on tombstone
Roman tombstone shwiing marriage: Caludius Agathemerus and his wife Myrtale. Object is dated back to 90-110 CE. The artifact is located in the Ashmolean Museum.
The Greek inscription says that Claudius was a doctor who was able to heal quickly. Myrtale is portrayed as an elderly woman, suggesting that she died after Caludius.
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