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A photograph taken in 2006 by Bertrand Bouret of the amphitheatre in Carthag

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"Taken place in 750 BC, in which the first generation of Roman men acquired wives for themselves from the neighboring Sabine families. Fearing the emergence of a rival society, the Sabines refused to allow their women to marry the Romans.…

Digital reproduction of a painting of a Roman-Christian woman tied to a bull in a Roman Arena due to her religion, created by Henryk Siemiradzki. The original painting is currently located in the National Museum in Warsaw.

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A Dancing Maenad
This sculpture shows maenads who are mythological women who live with the God of wine Dionysos on mountains . Maenads are individuals who enjoy to sing and dance in their free time.

The personification of an allegorical figure of Faith.

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A stained glass window depicting Perpetua and Felcitias.

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A photograph taken on 20 October 2007 by Till Niermann of the Augustus sculpture

A libellus from the Decian persecution in 250 AD, possibly found in Egypt in 1893.

Ruinen von Karthago, eigenes Foto, selbst aufgenommen am 18. Mai 2005. (Description from
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