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    The legendary tomb of the Etruscan king Lars Porsena

    Lars Porsena was an Etruscan king known for his war against the city of Rome. He ruled over the city of Clusium. There are no established dates for his rule, but Roman sources often place the war at around 508 BC. Lars Porsena came into conflict with Rome after the revolution that overthrew...
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    2,300 Year Old 'Athlete's Tomb' Found Intact Outside Rome

    Once you see something memorable, you'll never be able to unsee it. This is truly amazing that we have been buying BS like this for generations, and will continue buying for more generations to come. Unfortunately, levels of exposure our efforts get are miniscule. What we have below is the PTB...
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    Mudflood: the Story of Two Tombs

    This is one of those cases where the traditional history narrative makes no sense. We have two tombs to look at: 1. Tomb of the family of Statilius Taurus Titus Statilius Taurus (I-IV): all 4 of them existed around 50 BC - 15 AD KD SH Article Image source 2. Tomb of Cyrus the Great Cyrus the...
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    1875: Buried Tomb of the family of Statilius Taurus

    Tomb of the family of Statilius Taurus As excavated in 1875, at the expense of the Company of the Italian Fund. The tomb, full of columbaria, is here seen from above. It is situated near the Porta Maggiore, in the same large vineyard in wich stands the fine building of the third century, called...
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    General Grant's 1885 Coffin - is this normal?

    President/General Grant was in a bad way in early 1885. He was suffering from cancer of the throat and he was broke. Not slightly down on his luck, completely out of funds and assets. He was approached by Mark Twain to write his autobiography. This it was figured would bring a good sum of money...
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    1840: Napoleon's Funeral Carriage

    Napoleon died (on the island of Saint Helena off the coast of Africa ) in 1821, most likely (lol, sure) of stomach cancer, and in 1840 his body was returned to Paris, where it was interred in the Hotel des Invalides. With regard to the below article, who, or what do you think was being...