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In which direction does the thumb point in the “pollice verso?”
Pollice verso was the gesture used to indicate death by roman crowds in the arena. However, wikipedia notes some debate over the exact gesture indicated by the phrase. Has there been any relevant ...
Feb 15 '12 at 18:54
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