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The container where cremated ashes are stored
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In much the same manner, elsewhere in northwest Argentina, he discovered caches of funerary urns from the later Santa Maria, Belen, and San Jose cultures (circa 900 to 1400 A.
2223-19 of the CGCT, are as follows: - the transport of the bodies before and after the placing of the bodies Beer, - Organization of funerals, - preservation care, - supply of covers, caskets and their interior and exterior accessories and funerary urns, - supply of hearses and mourning cars, - Provision of personnel and objects and services necessary for funerals, burials, exhumations and cremations, with the exception of funeral plaques, religious emblems, flowers, various printing works and funeral marble works.
The remains of carbonized rice crops indicate the practice of rice farming, while the existence of silk clothing proved by remains of silk in the coffin of a seemingly wealthy man, as well as funerary urns and other kinds of iron ware and bronze ware, suggest the close relations between the Yoshinogari village and Korea and China.
Apart from the cremation itself, the package usually includes a wake, a memorial service, a choice of funerary urns or boxes, and the option of a niche in a columbarium.
painted Before long memento mori found their way into their homes, with such symbols as funerary urns and temples, hourglasses, clocks, guttering or extinguished candles, specific fruit - perhaps decaying or being eaten by insects and fading flowers, some losing their petals - bubbles, smoke, and of course skulls and skeletons appearing in portraits of the scholarly and elite who commissioned them.
A tangible reminder of his uncle, the reliquary was displayed alongside a film and slideshow of him when he was alive; a reminder reinforced as we leave the side chapel and notice a collection of similar pots, funerary urns, all empty, waiting for their inhabitants.
The catalogue for this part includes 38 artefacts spanning an admirable range--from steles, sealings, reliquaries, relic caskets, relic deposits and funerary urns to bronze and stone Buddhas from Southeast Asia, with a special focus on Myanmar.