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The catacombs are the underground cemetery complexes used by ancient Romans from the 1st to the 7th centuries. The majority, but not all, are Christian. Pictures of the catacombs on Wikimedia Commons are here. There
The following List of catacombs is based on data provided by the Pontificia Commissione di Archeologia Sacra. For an article on Roman catacombs in general, see Catacombs of Rome. A map published by the Pontificia
Catacomba di Trasone is a late 3rd century set of catacombs at a location given as Via Yser 1 in the Parioli quarter. This is at the junction with the Via Salaria, at number 223
Santa Bibiana is a very heavily restored 5th century church, formerly monastic and now parochial, at Via Giovanni Giolitti 154 in the rione Esquilino. Pictures of the church on Wikimedia Commons are here. There is
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