9 year old reveals dating secrets
Similar lines have also been found at theatres of a comparable age in Sparta and Megalopolis.
A new interpretation by researchers from Kumamoto University, Japan, has suggested that two crucial stage structures were wheeled on separately using the lines.
The couple first started dating before the outbreak of World War Two, when Mrs Loftus was a trainee nurse at Birmingham Children's Hospital.
On one of her days off she took the train down to Hednesford, and passed the Ryecroft Shed - where Mr Loftus worked as a train driver.
Based on what is known so far, it seems the ancient underground city of Samen was used for various purposes during different eras.
During the first phase, when the underground complex was founded it served as a place where religious ceremonies took place.
She said: "We've done that every night of our marriage and it's kept us strong."Mr Loftus especially loves a roost dinner on Sundays and fish or shepherd's pie during the week. She said: "Don't let the sun go down on any wrath.""We always discuss any issues together.Stone lines carved into stone at a theatre in Messene are about 9 to 12 cm wide and 3.8 to 5.4 cm deep.They are almost completely level throughout their length.Since then they have had a child, Ray, 73, two grandchildren and three great-grandchildren, as well as seeing 17 Prime Ministers come and go.But what is their secret recipe for long-lasting love?