Burial was mostly by inhumation
, but the presence of cremation remains cannot be ruled out.
Le Souverain avait egalement decide de prendre en charge personnellement les frais de transport des depouilles, de leur inhumation
et des funerailles.
In each re-telling of the tale, the assumption of the archaeologists--that the tomb was primarily that of a male due to the presence of a spear lying on the funeral bench beside the inhumation
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.
a Rabat de feu Allal Ben Kassou, ex-international et gardien de but de l'AS FAR
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.
Essentially, it is big enough to contain an adult human body because it mimics the vessels used for inhumation
- the act of burying a dead person in a ceramic container - as practised in some cultures.
Les funerailles furent suivies d'une inhumation
au monastere de Saint Bichoi, une centaine de kilometres au nord-ouest du Caire, oE le corps fut transporte en avion militaire.
My paper utilizes three of Baxter Adams' papers as well as biographical, inhumation
in order to reconstruct and engage Baxter Adams' Germination theory.
The first cremation there, on 4 May 1903, was of a Sikh called Bishin Singh: this was a salutary reminder that the burning of the dead had for centuries been preferred to inhumation
by many non-Western cultures, just as a number of pre-Christian cultures in the west had created burial fields of urns containing the ashes of the dead.