burial garment

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cloth used to cover a corpse in preparation for burial

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Another important imperial burial garment is a Ming Dynasty empress' dragon and phoenix headdress dating from 1368 A.
Abyan protestors wore white shrouds, traditional burial garments, indicating that they were ready to die for the cause.
Court papers show the Jackson estate paid out EUR24,000 for his burial garments.
Of making burial garments after a neighbor boy died.
This forced the English to pass a law that all burial garments had to be made of wool, a substance that could not be used to make paper.
Companies in the industry sell products like caskets, burial vaults, burial garments, flowers, burial rights, memorial stones, and cremation urns.
His burial garments came to 35,000 dollars, while 175,089 dollars was spent on security.