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  • burial site — noun a tract of land used for burials • Syn: ↑cemetery, ↑graveyard, ↑burial ground, ↑burying ground, ↑memorial park, ↑necropolis • Hypernyms: ↑site, ↑land site …   Useful english dictionary

  • Jane Addams Burial Site — The Jane Addams Burial Site is located in Cedarville Cemetery in the village of Cedarville, Illinois, United States. Jane Addams burial site is located on a family plot which also contains the graves of her father, John Huy Addams, and several… …   Wikipedia

  • Hurricane of 1928 African American Mass Burial Site — Infobox nrhp name = Hurricane of 1928 African American Mass Burial Site caption = locator x = 239 locator y = 162 location = West Palm Beach, Florida lat degrees = 26 lat minutes = 44 lat seconds = 11 lat direction = N long degrees = 80 long… …   Wikipedia

  • Burial — This article is about human burial practices. For other uses, see Burial (disambiguation). Inhume redirects here. for the band, see Inhume (band). Underwater funeral in Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea from an edition with drawings by… …   Wikipedia

  • Burial Hill — William Bradford s grave on Plymouth Burial Hill Burial Hill is a hill containing a historic cemetery (burying ground) in Plymouth, Massachusetts. The burial ground is the burial site of several Pilgrims. The cemetery was founded in the 17th… …   Wikipedia

  • burial — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ decent, proper ▪ Christian, etc. VERB + BURIAL ▪ give sb ▪ We want to give him a decent Christian burial …   Collocations dictionary

  • burial ground — noun a tract of land used for burials • Syn: ↑cemetery, ↑graveyard, ↑burial site, ↑burying ground, ↑memorial park, ↑necropolis • Hypernyms: ↑site, ↑land site …   Useful english dictionary

  • Burial places of founders of world religions — This article identifies the burial places of founders of world religions. Bahá í FaithLocated in Bahji near Acre, Israel, the Shrine of Bahá u lláh is the most holy place for Bahá ís and their Qiblih, or direction of prayer. It contains the… …   Wikipedia

  • burial mound — a mound built over a grave or graves. Cf. barrow2 (def. 1). [1850 55] * * * ▪ archaeology  artificial hill of earth and stones built over the remains of the dead. In England the equivalent term is barrow; (barrow) in Scotland, cairn; and in… …   Universalium

  • burial customs —    In ancient Mesopotamia people often referred to death as going to one s fate, taking refuge on one s mountain, or going to the road of one s forefathers. Whatever one called it, it was seen as a journey, and it was customary to prepare the… …   Ancient Mesopotamia dictioary

  • burial mound —    A pile, hillock, or human made hill, composed of debris or earth heaped up to mark a burial site.    ICOMANTH & GG …   Glossary of landform and geologic terms

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