sepulture


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Synonyms for sepulture

a burial place or receptacle for human remains

Synonyms for sepulture

the ritual placing of a corpse in a grave

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Dolorosa, the Church of the Holy Sepulture, and the vicinity of the Christian
La justice tunisienne avait ordonne jeudi sa remise en liberte, dans l'attente de son proces pour profanation de sepulture.
Quant au lieu de sa sepulture ie ne l'ay iamais peu scauoir asseurement encores que quelques vns ayent voulu dire, que son corps & celuy de son fils furent portez a Bordeaux & enterrez en l'Eglise des Carmes: toutefois Messieurs de la ville ne m'en ont sceu assuerer," Andre Thevet, Les Vrais Portaits et Vies des Hommes Illustres (Paris, 1584), fol.
The caves of Kor, then, are not only sepultures but also archives.
Comme la loi francaise ne reprimait pas la violation de cadavre, mais seulement celle de sepulture (Code penal, art.
Transitant ainsi d'un etablissement de pompes funebres a un autre, ils sont chaque annee des milliers a entreprendre ce dernier voyage vers leur pays d'origine et leur sepulture definitive.
Tenney, (350) Justice Schroder observed that "[t]his right of sepulture is a property right subject to reasonable regulations by the cemetery and by the state.
Otium sine litteris mors est, et homini vivi sepulture.
1986), describes the right as "the right to possess the body of the decedent for the purpose of burial, sepulture, or other lawful disposition.
Commemorating the Prison Ship Dead: Revolutionary Memory and the Politics of Sepulture in the Early Republic, 1776-1808," William and Mary Quarterly 3rd Series, 56 (July 1999): 565-590.
Rome n'est plus, & si l'architecture Quelque umbre encor de Rome fait revoir C'est comme un corps par magique scavoir Tire de nuict hors de sa sepulture.
Thus, Gocene juxtaposes an auction's catalog description of artifacts with flashbacks of his own memories that contextualize them, and then mimics the catalog's language as a demonstration to a curator: "Crane kanak provenant du viol d'une sepulture commis par un bagnard en rupture de ban, assassin de vieilles dames a Paris.
Dabo vobis ungenta optima Salvatoris ungere vulnera, sepulture eius ad memoriam, et nomini eius ad gloriam.
The General Cemetery of All Souls at Kensal Green (consecrated in 1833) was the first great necropolis to be laid out near London, and owes its origins to the transformation of the picturesque English landscaped garden in France as a place of sepulture, commemoration and Elysium of allusion.
Die autem sequenti, missarum officiis peractis, datisque pauperibus elemosinis, amici corpus sepulture tradidit.