This is a Roman sarcophagus located in the crypt of St. Andrew's Church in Cologne, Germany, which contains the relics of Albertus Magnus, a Catholic saint and bishop known for his contributions to philosophy and theology during the Middle Ages. A sarcophagus is a stone coffin, while a crypt is an underground chamber or vault often used as a burial place. St. Andrew's Church is a Catholic church built during the 10th century known for its historical and artistic significance.

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