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I saw a documentary last year that mentioned legends which described this fellows tomb as having a huge room holding a topographic map of all the lands he laid claim to, with all the rivers, lakes, and oceans filled with quick silver (mercury). Soil analysis had supposedly confirmed that an unusual amount of mercury was to be found in the soil of that sight. I wonder if this could be part of the room they describe here.