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Shelley's ashes were interred in the Protestant Cemetery in Rome, although they were missing his heart, which Mary Shelley held on to. The painting below is Shelley's Tomb in the Protestant Cemetery in Rome by Walter Crane (1873).
Except it is actually Keats' gravestone that is shown. Keats had died of TB in Rome in 1821. His epitaph includes the words: "Here lies One Whose Name was writ in Water."
That is an ancient pyramid at the back. Others buried here include Goethe's son August, Edward Trelawny (also in the painting at top), American painter Elihu Vedder, poet and critic John Addington Symons and that influential Marxist atheist Antonio Gramsci...