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The ancient Christians dug into the volcanic tufo rock here an extensive warren of catacombs.
The accompanying map of part of the Catacomb of Callixtus will indicate the general plan of these subterranean galleries.
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An example of both sorts is seen in the accompanying engraving of a cubiculum in the Catacomb of St. Prtextatus.
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In part of an ancient arenarium converted into a cemetery in the Catacomb of St. Priscilla similar constructions may be seen.
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De Rossi has given a map of the Catacomb of Callixtus, in which these areas are accurately defined.
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Boniface I., having been for some time concealed in the Catacomb of Felicitas, afterwards elaborately ornamented it.
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A stately basilica was erected over the entrance to the Catacomb, it is said in the time of Constantine.
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This Catacomb has been often rifled, and the galleries are strewn with marble fragments of its monuments.
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A broad and handsome stairway leads down to the supposed tombs of the martyrs in the lower level of the Catacomb.
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This is situated near the basilica of St. Agnes, and overlies part of the Catacomb.
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