Because I am a dork as well as a hopeless romantic, and thought this was awfully cool, I would like to share a link - http://www.archaeology.org/0801/abstracts/valdaro.html
"Archaeologists were suddenly quoting lines from Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. Digging in the Italian village of Valdaro--near the city of Mantua, a setting for the famous Elizabethan tragedy--they uncovered a startling double burial. Dubbed the "Lovers of Valdaro" by the media, the pair were huddled close together, face to face, their arms and legs entwined, seemingly in an eternal embrace."
The article in their magazine was more in depth, and goes on about how they aren't sure if they died together, or if the woman was sacrificed and buried with her husband to accompany him to the great beyond. Either way, it's a good read, and a lovely photograph ... if you're into old/dead things.