burial form

burial form

An official form issued by a coroner in the UK to authorise burial of the body of a decedent.
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A variant of this burial form consisted of a jar and a large bowl, similarly facing each other.
Also similar to the incantation bowl pairs is a burial form reserved for newborns, in which the deceased was interred between two bowls of ca.
(19.) For the double-jar burial form (Doppeltopfgrab), see Eva Strommenger.
Type A fragments (Figure 4) correspond to burial Form 1 (Figure 3) which includes an earlier thick-walled variant (IpaV, Coyo Aldea Type A2) and later, thin-walled, more highly polished variants (IpzV and IpAH, Coyo Aldea Types A1 and A4).
The data presented here involve the comparison of household rim types with known burial forms, an examination of the patterning in distribution of these rim types across the site's surface, and the quantification of color variation.
Rim and lip configurations could thus be associated with known vessels forms, reveal unusual or new vessel types, and be assigned TL dates from similar burial forms provided by Berenguer and his colleagues (1986; 1988).
Equally fascinating in this volume is chapter five where Rowe examines a more radical alternative to traditional graves by discussing the new burial form of scattering ashes.
Mark Rowe's account of how traditional burial forms are being transformed in Japan provides an excellent lens through which to view the state of contemporary Japanese Buddhism.
The burial form of these tombs primarily fell under the unique burial customs of the Qin people with the skeletons of the dead maintaining the fetal position.
Analysis of fragmentation patterns, element survival percentages, cut marks, intact skeletal articulations, and placement of human remains within the tomb is vital for evaluating how both interment practices and taphonomic processes have affected burial forms. While others have applied interdisciplinary, taphonomically focused methods on other contexts (e.g., Geber et al.
Before making inferences about past funerary behavior, definitions and a standard lexicon for the different burial forms are necessary (Knusel and Robb 2016).
The majority of his songs are about death of some kind, so it'll come as no surprise to learn the New Englander spends his days filling out burial forms on behalf of a Jewish cemetery organisation.