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Roman ring donated to celebrate the wedding

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A Roman ring given on the occasion of a wedding, engraved with the words:  Te amo parum
Roman ring donated to celebrate the wedding

Roman ring donated to celebrate the wedding, engraved with the following inscription: Te amo parum, meaning “I love you too little”. It is strange that a future husband gave his beloved ring with such an inscription.pierścień z takim napisem.

However, it is difficult to have attitude to this in the right way today. We do not know what exactly the Roman had in mind.

Sources
  • The British museum

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