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Roman sarcophagus containing the relics of Albertus Magnus in the crypt of St. Andreas church in Cologne, Germany
Since November 15, 1954, his relics are in a Roman sarcophagus in the crypt of the Dominican St. Andreas church in Cologne.
In 1482 the relics were placed in a new shrine and laid beneath the altar of the crypt.
The crypt of the original abbey church still holds those relics, but the church itself has been subsumed into a Baroque renovation.
The Basilica di San Nicola ( Saint Nicholas ) was founded in 1087 to receive the relics of this saint, which were brought from Myra in Lycia, and now lie beneath the altar in the crypt, where are buried the Topins, which are a legacy of old thieves converted to good faith.
The crypt houses the relics of Saint Sabinus and the icon of the Madonna Odigitria.
The cathedral contains a tomb in its crypt that it maintains still holds a portion of the relics of the apostle.
One major exception to this scheme is the presence of large statues of St Modesta ( a local martyr ) and St Potentian on the north west corner of the porch, close to a small doorway where pilgrims visiting the crypt ( where their relics were stored ) would once have emerged blinking into the light.
In the adjoining crypt is the grave of Saint Cecilia, whose relics were removed by Pope Paschal I in 821: the early 9th century frescoes on the walls represent Saint Cecilia praying, the bust of the Redeemer and Pope Urban I.
In architecture, a crypt ( from the Latin crypta and the Greek κρύπτη, kryptē ; meaning concealed, private ) is a stone chamber or vault beneath the floor of a burial vault possibly containing sarcophagi, coffins or relics.
After the 10th century the early medieval requirements of a crypt faded, as church officials permitted relics to be held in the main level of the church.
The crypt, on the Greek cross plan, has 108 Romanesque small columns and is home to the relics of Saint Justine, to which the first cathedral ( crumbled down in 1117 after an earthquake ) was dedicated.
Abbot Suger removed the relics of Denis, and those associated with Rustique and Eleuthére, from the crypt to reside under the high altar of the Saint-Denis he rebuilt, 1140-44.
Today the crypt, known as the Museum of Fleet Street, is open to the public and contains a number of ancient relics including Roman coins and medieval stained glass.
Its patrons were the chapter of cathedral ( led by a Dean ), the Archbishop Arnost of Pardubice, and, above all, Charles IV, King of Bohemia and a soon-to-be Holy Roman Emperor, who intended the new cathedral to be a coronation church, family crypt, treasury for the most precious relics of the kingdom, and the last resting place cum pilgrimage site of patron saint Wenceslaus.
The crypt, built on the house of St. Silvia, holds the relics of St. Sabas.
Pope Alexander IV ( 1254 – 1261 ), former bishop of Velletri, ordered during his pontificate to bring the relics of Velletri holy martyrs Pontian and Eleuterio to be preserved in the crypt beneath the cathedral.
It was consecrated on 8 December 806 ; two local hermits, Benignus and Carus, were assigned the task of translating Zeno ’ s relics to a new marble crypt.

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The first undisputed reference was in 864, in which a blind girl from Balve was said to be healed at the grave of the Saint Ludger in the crypt of Werden Abbey.
Lovecraft, the pledge by the character of Jervas Dudley to break into an ancient family crypt is said by a physician to have been " the beginning of a pitiful monomania.
She was interred in the crypt that she helped to complete, San Lorenzo ; although not entirely finished at the time of her death, her testament stipulated that part of the revenue of her estate should " be used to continue, finish and perfect ... the said famous chapel Lorenzo ".
The original plans for the Fort are attributed to Louis d ' Augbigne Tigné, and are said to have been modified by his friend and colleague Charles F. de Mondion, who is buried in a crypt beneath Fort Manoel.
A crypt was also built into the rear wall while a rock chamber in the nearby cliffs may have represented the tombs of Pediese and Pihor who were said to have drowned in the Nile river.

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His remains were to be buried in the crypt of Saint Peter's Basilica on the feast day of Our Lady of Fátima, 13 October 1958.
Valentino had no final burial arrangements and his friend June Mathis offered her crypt for him in what she thought would be a temporary solution.
Richeza planned to made Brauweiler as the Ezzonen family crypt, so in 1051 she placed there the remains of her sister Adelaide, Abbess of Nivelles, and in 1054 transferred the remains of her father from Augsburg to be buried next to her sister.
The ossuary, popularly known as The Chapel of Bones, was a vaulted underground crypt, possibly beneath the Nibbia chapel, but could also have been in close vicinity, and is reputed to be still extant, where bones from a cemetery of those who had died at the Sacra Infermeria were placed in patterns and designs as mural decorations, hence its name.
Edward requested to be buried in the crypt of Canterbury Cathedral rather than next to the shrine, and a chapel was prepared there as a chantry for him and his wife Joan ( this is now the French Protestant Chapel, and contains ceiling bosses of her face and of their coats of arms ).
His final wish was to be buried in Bulgaria, and for this reason his coffin was temporarily placed in the crypt of St. Augustin's Roman Catholic Church in Coburg, next to his mother's and father's coffins.
The book is set on a far future Earth where the uploading of mindstates into a world-spanning computer network ( known as " the data corpus ", " cryptosphere " or simply " crypt ") is commonplace, allowing the dead to be easily reincarnated ( though by custom, only a limited number of reincarnations are allowed ).
Æthelbald was buried at Repton, in a crypt which still can be seen ; a contemporary is reported to have seen a vision of him in hell, reinforcing the impression of a king not universally well-regarded.
The foundations of the travertine church can still be seen in the crypt of the present building.
The two organs were donated by Charles V. In the crypt under the Cathedral, numerous statues of saints and angels made of onyx can be seen.
A modern staircase, on the site of an ancient one, was built by Pope Damasus I, giving access to the region of the Popes, in which is to be found the crypt of the popes, where nine pontiffs and, perhaps, eight representatives of the ecclesiastical hierarchy had been buried-along its walls are the original Greek inscriptions for the pontiffs Pontian, Anterus, Fabian, Lucius I and Eutychian.
* Ruth Berle ( 1921 – 1989 ), second wife of comedian Milton Berle ; Milton was originally supposed to be interred here, in a double crypt with Ruth, but was instead interred in Hillside Memorial Park Cemetery
A little later a monk of Vézelay declared that he had detected in a crypt at St-Maximin in Provence, carved on an empty sarcophagus, a representation of the Unction at Bethany, when Jesus ' head was anointed by Mary of Bethany, assumed in the Middle Ages to be Mary Magdalene.
This situation ensured there would never be a crypt or basement area.
The mutations can be inherited or are acquired, and most probably occur in the intestinal crypt stem cell.
It can be run against various encrypted password formats including several crypt password hash types most commonly found on various Unix flavors ( based on DES, MD5, or Blowfish ), Kerberos AFS, and Windows NT / 2000 / XP / 2003 LM hash.
The renowned Voodoo priestess Marie Laveau is believed to be interred in the Glapion family crypt.
His grave can be found at the Court of Remembrance, ( Sanctuary of Enduring Protection ) in crypt No. 2763.
The first documentary reference to a London Guildhall is dated 1128 and the current hall's west crypt may be part of a late-13th century building.
Roman tiles may also be found in the ceiling of the crypt of the church.

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