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Roman grave of dog from 1st century CE

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Roman grave of dog from 1st century CE
Roman grave of dog from 1st century CE | Photo: Römisch-Germanisches Museum Köln

Roman grave of a dog from the 1st century CE. The way the animal was buried proves that it was an important member of the family. A vessel was found in the grave, and the head was placed on a piece of skin. The object was discovered in Cologne (Germany). It is now in the Römisch-Germanisches Museum Köln.

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