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Roman Mausoleums

Roman mausoleums in Cordoba, Spain, dating to the second quarter of the first century AD and are the most important Roman funerary constructions of the city. Roman law established the obligation to construct the interments on the outskirts of the city to the sides of the roads. The location of the burial established the status of the family, the closer to the city it was, the higher was the family position.

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