funerary :

Search Words


fyooh nuh re ree

  • a  of or for or relating to a funeral
    funerary urn

  • Some of the elaborate artifacts that so captivated the world appear to have been obtained from a funerary warehouse, since close examination reveals that other people's names were .
  • Lost: another priceless trove of Haniwa sculpture, the funerary pottery in the form of warriors, horses, shrine maidens, even ducks, monkeys and chickens found in burial mounds .
  • The funerary tower is part of the ancient burial practice of Zoroastrianism, the world's oldest monotheistic religion.
News & Articles

  • Design for the Afterlife
    SEATTLE -- The topics of loss and grieving, and the objects associated with them, are not often associated with high design. With The Final Turn, a funerary urn designed by internationally-recognized architect ...
    June 25, 2013 - GlobeNewswire via Yahoo! Finance

  • Zahi Hawass in International Herald Tribune
    The lid of the wooden casket had excellent and well-preserved decorations ...... and the mummy's linen wrappings and the funerary drawings are still in their original condition,Hawass said.
  • John Norman in Al-Ahram Weekly
    Funerary texts often included a phrase like this to ensure that the memory of the deceased and the spirit of the individual would continue to live in perpetuity in the afterlife,Norman told the Weekly.
  • Genevieve in ABC Online
    We have in this hall, for example, a Greek funerary stele next to a Roman sarcophagus. At the Louvre, one would be found in the Roman department and the other in the Greek section,Genevieve Bresc said, a Louvre curator.

Hot News: The Heading Text Size Should Match With the Size Of The Image