Archaeologists uncover ancient graffiti penis in England


These Romans were a prickly bunch. Archaeologists who uncovered graffiti carved by soldiers in 207 AD in a quarry near a section of Hadrian’s Wall in Cumbria, England, came across the unmistakable image of a penis, according to the Military Times. The researchers from Newcastle University and Historic England say the phallus served as a…

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