"Agreed, though I'm more fascinated by the architecture of it than the way they dealt with bodies. Miles and miles of subterranean caverns, all man-made. In the islands of the Mediterranean, they also had catacombs, but they used natural caves. While France has plenty of caves in which to store their dead, they decided, rather, to cut into the earth and make their own. It's simply fascinating to me how they managed that, in the same way that the pharaohs had their pyramids built. You know the older pyramids were constructed before Eden's existence? Incredible ingenuity, for such a primitive culture."