When a Cloven dies the corpse is stripped of its flesh - which is feasted on by others. The bones are placed here, far away from the 'kitchen.' What becomes of the bones? Are they buried here? Is this their final resting place? The Cloven have converted all the crypt areas into living spaces. The ritual areas, like the Pillar room, have human and Chimera bones, but no Cloven. Where do they inter their own dead? It's ironic that the Cloven have moved into one of the oldest urban cemeteries in the world - the Roman catacombs - in order to live, and now have no place to die.
-- Journal Entry, 06 September, 1951 -- James Grayson