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Beneath the Maltese city of Rabat lies a necropolis that covers almost half an acre (2,000 sq. m.) You could spend a full day exploring the graves of Pagan Romans, Christians, and Jews. In the foreground of this image is a triclinium — a dining table for mourners who partook in a ritual last meal with their dead relatives, a common custom at the time, no matter the religion.

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