Mudslides Protected Vatican Necropoli...

Mudslides Protected Vatican Necropolis from Ravages of Time

There are 1 comment on the St. Anthony Messenger story from Dec 15, 2013, titled Mudslides Protected Vatican Necropolis from Ravages of Time. In it, St. Anthony Messenger reports that:

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.

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Marquess Victor Cavuto

Old Lyme, CT

#1 Dec 16, 2013
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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