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Turkish view on Roman civilization

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Submitted by Inez Deborah Emilia Altar (Portugal), Oct 27, 2014 at 08:09

A possibly Turkish woman claimed she thought fascies part of my ancestral lineage lines culture were not part of Roman Justice and Execution in the Ancient Roman Manner but meant that Turkish prostitute fashi (fa-shi) should have been brought in already in those times

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