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Roman wooden tablet with will

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Roman wooden tablet with will
Roman wooden tablet with will

Roman wooden tablet on which is written a will. The beneficiary of the document – with an unknown name – had 100 days to apply for the inheritance in the event of the author’s death; otherwise, the person was to be disinherited. The object is located in the National Museum Wales.

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