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Lewd Roman insult found on stone near Hadrian's Wall

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The insulting comment was inscribed more than 1,700 years ago. It featured words written about someone called Secundinus beside an image of a phallus. Experts believe its true meaning would have left the subject "less than amused" The stone was found by Dylan Herbert, a retired biochemist.
1 month ago·Wall, United States

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Lewd Roman insult found on stone near Hadrian's Wall

Specialists found its true meaning would have left its recipient "less than amused".

1 month ago·United Kingdom
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