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BURIAL. The act of interring the dead.
     2. No burial is lawful unless made in conformity with the local regulations; an when a dead body has been found, it cannot be lawfully buried until the coroner has holden an inquest over it. In England. it is the practice for coroners to issue warrants to bury, after a view. 2 Umf. Lex. Coron. 497, 498.

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Another inhumation (of a child) is approximately the same in date, though it is unknown whether it had been placed inside the cist or somewhere else.
Instead of the inhumation in catacombs, burying culture took another path: faithful believers wanted to be buried by the tombs of martyrs or locations of sacred events, where after some time churches were built to receive the faithful deceased, as well as to hold the mass (Oliveira 2007: 33).
They try, through a careful assessment of comparable examples across the region, to use various artefact combinations and grave sizes (in the case of the inhumations and pithos burials) to sort the graves into those of adult males, adult females and children.
At least one inhumation of an adult has been preserved with a bronze spiral ring and a tin signet ring (RM A 5: 219) around its fingers.
The Roman cemetery of West Tenter Street, London (Waldron 1987), shows the relatively even part representation typical of undisturbed single primary inhumations.
The western inhumation was lying at a depth of ca 30-35 cm from the grave's surface and may have had a south-east-north-west orientation, with head to the south-east.
Ollivier Hubert note pour sa part qu'en 1845, le prix d'une inhumation dans l'eglise est fixe a 80 livres a Saint-Henry-de-Mascouche (paroisse voisine de Saint-Roch); voir O.
Iron Age Scotland did not have a tradition of inhumation burial with associated grave goods, as seen on the Continent; much of the material for this study therefore comes from settlement sites and is fragmentary in nature.
Inhumation was a common manner of burial in the so-called east Lithuanian barrow culture for a relatively short span of time from its formation in the 3rd-4th centuries until approximately the turn of the 6th century.
Un autre, d'un autre quotidien commente: [beaucoup moins que]Defile sans ame, cohue sans esprit et inhumation intelligente[beaucoup plus grand que].
As observed above, when a body (human or animal) is included among the goods offered in a grave, it occupies a secondary role in the burial ceremony because it is naturally subordinate to the main individual in the inhumation.
Selon le representant de la SAPS, Hiddouche Said, la police d'assurance [beaucoup moins que]Rapatriement de corps[beaucoup plus grand que] de la SAPS, permet a l'assure d'etre sur que son inhumation, en cas de deces, se fera en Algerie, dans le lieu choisi, et de liberer ainsi ses proches des soucis materiels, financiers ou organisationnels.