Ancient Kilns Discovered To Deal With "End of World"Mark Melin
Italian archaeologists in Egypt have uncovered a kiln used to incinerate plague victims in what at the time was thought be “the end of the world.”
The pottery remains were dated back to the third century A.D., a time when a series of epidemics now dubbed the "Plague of Cyprian" ravaged the Roman Empire, which included Egypt.
Deaths related to kilns
The kilns "killed more than 5,000 people a . . .
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