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Français : Fragment du sarcophage en marbre d'Acilia représentant Gordian III et des membres du Sénat romain.
English: Marble fragment of the sarcophagus depicting Acilia Gordian III and some members of the Roman Senate.
Date 3ème siècle après JC./3rd century AD.
Source/Photographer User:Jean-Pol GRANDMONT (2011)
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