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    Burial Processes The typical burial process today for regular civilians, is when someone dies, they are embalmed, there is a funeral ceremony, and they are then buried at the location of their choice. In most states, the person who is in charge of all the decisions is left to the next of kin, or whomever that person left in their will. If the civilian is Christian, there is typically a viewing where the family and friends will gather and start saying their goodbyes while socializing with the family

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    green burial

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    Did you know that there is a such thing as burying without embalming? This is referred to as natural or green burial. Green Burial is typically done in the UK. When green burial is done, the body is put directly in a body bag and buried, without using any chemicals. This is done so that the body can recycle naturally. Green Burial should not be allowed because it causes foul odors, has the potential of spreading diseases, and can attract animals to the body due to the smells. While people may have

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    Ancient Burials

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    Ancient Burials When someone dies in our society we immediately think of ritualistic burial ceremonies, for example a religious service or open casket. Regardless of where you are from or what your cultural background is every culture has its own method and traditions associated with death. Burials dating back to 15,000-27,660 years ago are culturally and symbolically advanced burials. Therefore providing evidence to represent how socially and culturally advanced modern Homo sapiens really

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    Importance Of Burial

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    What is a burial? A burial is the action or practice of interring a dead body. There are two reasons people get buried one to honor that individual remains respectfully, and two too cover up a murder. Even though the second reason is not recognized as a burial practice people still do so. There are unique ways people get buried which will be discussed thoroughly and the cultures that practice these burials. There was one thing these cultures did alike respect their deceased in traditional ways. Another

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    Home Burial

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    Home Burial Robert Frost’s “Home Burial” is a very well written poem about a husband’s and a wife’s loss. Their first born child has died recently. Amy and her husband deal with their loss in two very different ways, which cause problems. Amy seems like she confines their child to the grave. She never seems to le go of the fact she has lost her first child. Amy’s husband buried their child himself. This allowed him to let go and live a normal life. Amy does not understand how he could do what

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    Earth Burial

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    Cremation versus Earth Burial in African Traditional Setting It is a normal practice for any human being to be buried when they die, and the process of disposing the body differs depending on personal choice or wish, tradition, or situation at the point of death. The most common methods of disposing bodies are cremation or earth burial. In African traditional setting, earth burial is more predominant, but due to increasing demand for land, cremation techniques which is becoming more popular in developed

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    Home Burial Theme

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    The main theme within Robert Frost "Home Burial" is the contrasting emotions dealing with the death of their child between man and wife. In “Home Burial” the setting centers around the tragic death of a child. This poem was written in 1914, times were very different then, men didn’t grieve openly, it was shown as a sign of weakness, they needed to be strong for their family, knowing the year this poem was written can give the reader a better insight to understanding the husband’s reaction to the

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    Burial In Ancient Egypt

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    Here arises a question: was the intramural burial a habit adopted by the Egyptians? The researcher refuses this probability. Although the intramural burial in ancient Egypt can be traced back to the 5th – 4th millennium BC; there are infant burials in cemeteries date back to the same previous period such as that of Adaima, and Riqqa. Thus, it seems that in the same period, some buried their infants

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    Cremation vs. Burial Although many people don’t like to think about it, everyone’s life is going to end at some point. Understandably, this thought is often overwhelming, especially when you have aging parents or other relatives who have a limited amount of time left to spend with you. The good news is that if you’re lucky enough to have family members that took the time to make all of the funeral arrangements in advance, you can focus on working through the letting go process rather than frantically

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    Cremation versus Burial

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    Cremation vs. Burial Today the society is looking for ways to ease life and to find solutions for problems which oppress our lives and make it hard to live through. Because of many reasons, the traditional burials in this century are becoming a problem. (Prothero,2001). The fact that they cover a lot of land to build cemeteries and other things that are attached to these traditional burials is enough for us to search for a practical solution. About a century ago the term "cremation" was unknown

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