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  • María José Muñoz

    Santa Rita de Cascia. 1381- 1457. En su caso se dio otro signo extraño en el proceso de descomposición. El metano y sulfuro de hidrógeno resultante de la descomposición de las células parece que se produjo en cantidades muy bajas. Su cuerpo nunca fue enterrado porque desprendía “buen olor”, otro rasgo común en estos casos.

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