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Bogus Roman Handshake!
In Graeco-Roman artefacts, there are many depictions of the "dextrarum iunctio" (joining of right hands) to express solidarity, agreement, greeting and…
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Multicultural Rome: Latin, Greek and Palmyran texts on a dedication in Rome by Caios Aurelios Heliodoros Adrianos, originally of Palmyra, 'to the gods of the fatherland Aglibôl and Malakbêl'. The two Palmyran gods are shown shaking hands #RomanItaly #RomanSyria #RomanArchaeology
Caroline Lawrence (@CarolineLawrenc) / X
Superb page of beautifully photographed Roman coins in the personal collection of @OptimoPrincipi including a nice one of Antoninus Pius with a genuine Roman handshake on the 'ships' side. https://goo.gl/6Z3rUv #RomanHistory #RomanCoins No #BogusRomanHandshake here!