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  Shelley's Tomb in the Protestant Cemetery in Rome, an 1873 painting
  by Walter Crane. The tombstone in the foreground is actually that of
  John Keats; the Pyramid of Cestius is in the background.
   
  Keats' epitaph: Here lies One Whose Name was writ in Water.
   
  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Protestant_Cemetery,_Rome
   
  CR
  

Carrol Cox <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
  A tidbit from a nother list:


I always liked the fact that Percy Bysshe Shelley, Antonio Gramsci, and
Gregory Corso are buried in the same so-called "Protestant Cemetery" in
Rome. (Keats is also there.) It is a very beautiful cemetery and if
you
are in Rome it is worth the trip.

Carrol


       
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