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'Lovers of Modena' skeletons were both men

Deutsche Welle Friday, 13 September 2019 ()
The famed "Lovers of Modena," skeletons discovered hand-in-hand, have been revealed to be two men after an analysis of the remains. The pair could have been fellow soldiers, siblings or cousins, said researchers.
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Research has revealed that the Roman-era “Lovers of Modena,” two skeletons that were buried together and are holding hands, were both men.

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