• RE: MOVING BLANKETS USED BY THE MOVING COMPANIES.?

    The moving companies used QUILTED MOVING BLANKETS TO WRAP furniture (sofa, chair...). I wonder how often they wash/clean the blankets? I am concerned that their blankets could transmit bed bugs between services.
    The moving companies used QUILTED MOVING BLANKETS TO WRAP furniture (sofa, chair...). I wonder how often they wash/clean the blankets? I am concerned that their blankets could transmit bed bugs between services.
    5 answers · Decorating & Remodeling · 4 months ago
  • NEW full set of comforter, pillows & sheets were still packed in its original plastic bag.?

    Three years ago, I bought a NEW full set of comforter, pillows & sheets which had been packed in its original plastic bag. Do you think it is safe to open the bag to wash them before using them? It has been such a long time!
    Three years ago, I bought a NEW full set of comforter, pillows & sheets which had been packed in its original plastic bag. Do you think it is safe to open the bag to wash them before using them? It has been such a long time!
    5 answers · Decorating & Remodeling · 5 months ago
  • "Via Triumphalis Necropolis" under Vatican dating from the 1st century BC through AD 320.?

    I know nothing about archeology so I am asking a question regarding "Via Triumphalis Necropolis" which has excavated more than 1,000 tombs and graves dating from the 1st century BC through AD 320. Since it is an ongoing excavations, how can they open it to the tourists? Is there any public health precaution to visit an underground... show more
    I know nothing about archeology so I am asking a question regarding "Via Triumphalis Necropolis" which has excavated more than 1,000 tombs and graves dating from the 1st century BC through AD 320. Since it is an ongoing excavations, how can they open it to the tourists? Is there any public health precaution to visit an underground ancient cemetery like this?
    1 answer · Other - General Health Care · 9 months ago
  • The area was reclaimed in its time?

    A 6th century cemetery in Europe was excavated and opened to the public. The cemetery has been buried underneath a cathedral for the past centuries. A friend told me "the skeletons are not there anymore, were in fact transferred to an university. Only the chambers of the graves remain. The area was reclaimed in its time..." Can anyone... show more
    A 6th century cemetery in Europe was excavated and opened to the public. The cemetery has been buried underneath a cathedral for the past centuries. A friend told me "the skeletons are not there anymore, were in fact transferred to an university. Only the chambers of the graves remain. The area was reclaimed in its time..." Can anyone explain the meaning of "the area was reclaimed in its time? Photo is below for reference!!! https://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_R... Presently, the church basement still have tomb stones and empty holes which used to the tombs.
    1 answer · Higher Education (University +) · 10 months ago
  • Re: Cemetery and contamination?

    About a medieval town in Europe and have a concern - A cemetery had been buried beneath a church for hundreds of years. Because of the church, the rainwater could not land on the cemetery directly. Q1: For the past, could the water or moisture still get into the tombs & contacted with buried remains? Q2: Can trace elements of harmful pathogens... show more
    About a medieval town in Europe and have a concern - A cemetery had been buried beneath a church for hundreds of years. Because of the church, the rainwater could not land on the cemetery directly. Q1: For the past, could the water or moisture still get into the tombs & contacted with buried remains? Q2: Can trace elements of harmful pathogens or coffin materials emitted from the human remains and end up in nearby streams or ground water?
    3 answers · Earth Sciences & Geology · 10 months ago