Mudslides Protected Vatican Necropolis from Ravages of Time
Dec 15, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: St. Anthony Messenger
Slipping hillsides of clay, mud and gravel entombed an enormous necropolis below today's Vatican City State, keeping its underground "city of the dead" safely sealed for two millennia.
If there's anything better than a mudslide protecting a necropolis, I haven't heard about it yet. Funny how two of my three favorite things can be mentioned in one sentence. It's like a Christmas miracle.
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