inhumation


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Synonyms for inhumation

an act of placing a body in a grave or tomb

Synonyms for inhumation

the ritual placing of a corpse in a grave

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The shift from cremation to inhumation occurred at the colony, as for other cities in the province, during the third century A.D.
The findings of Padru Jossu show a reorganization of the Monte Claro burials to the Maritime Bell Beaker inhumations. The permanence of the autochthonous tradition of collective burial remains, and any replacement of this collective norm is not visible.
Another possibility is that several plants found in Cerro Esmeralda burials could be related to funeral rituals called comer con el muerto (eating with the dead), whereby the assistants or mourners offer food and chicha to the inhumations. Finally, in addition to local processes to make chicha, the presence of these plants in Cerro Esmeralda burials could be related to local ritual, nutritional, and agricultural behaviors from northern Chile populations.
a) neglige, sans excuse legitime, d'accomplir un devoir que lui impose la loi, ou qu'il s'engage a remplir, au sujet de l'inhumation d'un cadavre humain ou de restes humains;
Boat graves in northern Norway are restricted to inhumation burials from coastal locations in Nordland and southern Troms counties, where Norse settlement was predominant.
Poe's dealing with death stretches over the whole dimensionality of the subject: death's physical signs, death-bed imagery, the phenomenology of dying with all its stages (denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance), the effects of putrefaction on the body, the process of inhumation, the tomb entrapment, the return from the grave, the feelings of loss and mourning, the need to inflict death on himself and others representing the elements that help with the creation of the esoteric symbolism totalizing the concept of mortality.
El-Bayadh : Inhumation du moudjahid Bachir Nour Le moudjahid Bachir Nour, decede mercredi a l'age de 86 ans, a ete inhume, jeudi dernier, au cimetiere Sidi Ahmed a El-Bayadh, en presence d'une foule nombreuse venue lui rendre un dernier hommage, a leur tete le ministre des Moudjahidine, Tayeb Zitouni.
Le mot sepulchra ne suppose pas un type particulier de sepulture ou a un mode defini de traitement du cadavre: inhumation ou incineration.
Inhumation a Rabat de feu Allal Ben Kassou, ex-international et gardien de but de l'AS FAR
Due to the thickness of the cranial base and its relatively protected anatomical position, this area of the skull tends to withstand both physical insults and inhumation somewhat more successful than many other areas of the cranium (11).
Their topics include how burial practices of inhumation and cremation are linked to beliefs, protecting the body in Anglo-Saxon England, the role of healing in the Jesuit mission to China in 1582-1610, potting and embodied knowledge at the Bronze Age tell at Szazhalombatta in Hungary, and sensory aspects of metalworking technology.
The goal is to define the chronological transformation of constructions for inhumation and incineration since the birth of Christianity, showing the coalition of different beliefs, that today result in Catholicism with the vivid expressions of
They practised both inhumation and cremation, and produced caskets in various sizes, the most common of which are cinerary urns made of alabaster and terracotta.