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urn

The container where cremated ashes are stored
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The fourth prize was two talents of gold, and the fifth a two-handled urn as yet unsoiled by smoke.
Meriones, who had come in fourth, carried off the two talents of gold, and the fifth prize, the two-handled urn, being unawarded, Achilles gave it to Nestor, going up to him among the assembled Argives and saying, "Take this, my good old friend, as an heirloom and memorial of the funeral of Patroclus--for you shall see him no more among the Argives.
So saying he gave the urn over to Nestor, who received it gladly and answered, "My son, all that you have said is true; there is no strength now in my legs and feet, nor can I hit out with my hands from either shoulder.
Apsara National Authority (ANA) officials and researchers at Sophia University in Japan are working to identify the origin of eight urns containing human bones that were unearthed in the Banteay Kdei temple complex in Siem Reap town on Monday.
A judge's ruling could bar recovery for a Roanoke woman who said the funeral home ignored its promise to give separate ash urns to estranged family members of the woman's husband.
Ford, 71, of Georgia would be split into four porcelain urns and shipped to the homes of his children.
THESE are the 300-year-old lead urns that once graced a stately home - but are now at the centre of a long and costly legal battle.
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The Secret of the Urns is available for purchase in both print and ebook formats.
Layson surrendered to authorities on March 9, claiming that his conscience bothered him after learning that the urns were stolen from the cemetery.
AMANOR owner who removed and sold two 18th century urns from the grounds of his listed home faces having to scour the globe to get them back.
Brian said he had been told it was Cardiff and Glamorgan Memorial Park and Crematorium's policy not to use urns for "environmental reasons".