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Discovered Tomb With Its Treasures (At Pompeii)

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The Roman upper class was very fastidious in their rites for the dead. Adorning the Tomb with many treasures, much in the manner of the Egyptians, they believed that any soul not properly entombed would haunt the world of the living for all eternity. 

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