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Farmers Buried with Missing Parts

The concept of burying objects with the dead has been around for a long time. Ancient Egyptians interred food and everyday objects, even furniture, in hopes of having access to them in the afterlife. An ancient Chinese emperor had an army of 6,000 terra cotta soldiers buried with him for his protection after death.

According to surveyed funeral directors, ...

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