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400 BC:

400 BC: In Rome, burial societies provided a form of insurance after a member’s death. The collēgia fūnerātīcia, a cooperative association, collected affordable weekly payments. When a member died, the association would handle the funeral arrangements and, in some instances, even provide the widow with a small sum. Generally speaking, these arrangements were primarily for the poor as the upper classes could afford to pay the costs.

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