Fighting scenes between gladitors. Luni marble. Late 3rd century A.D. Inv. No. 125598. Rome, Roman National Museum, Baths of Diocletian. A fragment of a relief of two registers, portraying gladiators fighting (retiarius and contraretiarius). The inscription on the fillet caption of the scene of the upper register conserves the two gladiators’ names, Scolasticus and Damascenus. The sign “theta” (Θ, theta nigrum) indicates that Damascenus died in the fight.