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During the reign of King Henry VIII (or during the pre-Middle Ages, according to another source), a permanent lamp was reported in England. When King Henry separated from the Roman Catholic Church, and founded the Church of England, he ordered the demolition of the churches and the Catholic community if they refused to be incorporated into his new one. Even the deceased is no exception, when the tomb of a rich man who died around the 4th century AD was opened. Have no fear the finn is here face mask. When the tomb was opened, it was discovered that a lamp was still burning. Some even claimed that the tomb belonged to Constantius Chlorus, the father of Emperor Constantine. Mystery the lights of a thousand years do not go out. Pausanias told about a golden lamp in the temple of Minerva Polias. Painting by artist James Stuart in the years 1750-1760 depicts Erechtheion Temple, the western end of Minerva Polias and Pandrosium Temple at Acropolis, Athens.