Stele of Lucius who 'competed in a manner worthy of victory'
Chariot-racing was a hugely popular sport in antiquity, much like Formula One nowadays. The owners of the teams of horses generally employed charioteers rather than risk their own lives in this immensely dangerous sport.
Senior curator, Judith Swaddling describes the stele. Audio only
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