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26), writing about Roman beds of the 1st century B.c.lst century A.D., also believes that elaborately decorated beds might have been used in life in a "prestigious or semi-prestigious role in the house and only later have been re-employed as funeral biers-possibly because of the special associations of an earlier use to be equated with that of the Roman lectus genialis."
lo, lo, lux genialis adest, ut modo contractum solita pietate fecundet coniugium aeterna detque quiete frui.
About 500 local people have signed a petition backing the Genialis' bid ( but their pleas have fallen on deaf ears.