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In ancient Greece, when a loved one died, they were buried with a drachma (Greek coin) under their tongue.
The drachma was then used to pay Charon, the only way to get across the Styx.
The gatekeeper of Tartarus, the three-headed dog Cerberus, kept the living from entering the underworld.
The newly arrived dead await trial in the Field of Asphodel, where most of the dead live.
Minos, Rhadamanthys, and Aeacus judged the dead for their actions in the living world.
Some were judged to be given an a special punishment, like Sisyphus, who shall push a boulder up a hill, only to have it tumble back down for all eternity.
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