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Ancient History and Archaeology.com - Women as Gladiators
Various definitive sources and inscriptions mean to Roman women combat-ready as gladiators. They are represented as training for and even fighting in the arena. Roman legislation against female gladiators too suggests that, while they were not as socially unobjectionable as their masculine counterparts, they silent existed in sizable numbers. someone examination shows that these pentateuch related only to special groups of women.
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