Burial site in Seksyen 9 Kota Damansara made specifically for COVID-19 victims
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'Exceptionally high' number of decapitated bodies found at Roman burial site cnn.com/2021/05/31/europe…
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Joseph Haydn died in Vienna 212 years ago today. My photos, clockwise from top left: Haydn's sarcophagus in Eisenstadt, Austria; his death mask; his original burial site; the church where his memorial service was held; the home where he died.
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Canada needs β€˜exhaustive’ probe into burial sites at residential schools, UN says globalnews.ca/news/791396…
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Here lies Dobby, a free elf. This is years of fans flocking to the site of his burial in West Wales to replace the original headstone, which was stolen. reddit.com/gallery/mz78qh
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The National Residential School Death Register Records 4118 Children Across 400 Burial Sites memorial.nctr.ca/?page_id…
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Found most likely a native burial site

Update: the forest preserve is contacting the archeological society yet I haven't been able to get ahold of any native american organizations in Chicago or evanston. If you know of any in these areas please let them know and contact me

I believe I have found a mound in a woodland of cook county and its over run by invasive as its my job to clear the woods. Its a hill were there is nothing else like it with older trees on top meaning it hasn't been touched. How do I know if it is native and how do I go about contacting the right people? I will not post a picture so I don't give my location away.

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The burial site CW chose

So we all know he is not the brightest bulb in the shed, but what on earth came over him that made him think burying his annihilated family at a work site of his was a good idea? If this murder was planned, he obviously is one of the dumbest people alive. So was the murder premeditated or in the moment? It’s hard to tell. It’s hard to believe someone who took the time to plan this action out would be so stupid to leave the bodies somewhere they could be connected to him... buuuut it’s also hard to believe someone could kill their entire family sooo. Just a random thought while scrolling this sub.

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"Site of Indian Cemetery 1882 - 1933 Used primarily for burial of Albuquerque Indian School students from the Zuni, Navajo, and Apache tribes." Plaque located at 4-H Park, 1400 Menaul Blvd NW, across from the Allsup’s on Indian School Rd., west of 12th St.
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The 3,200-year-old tomb of Queen Nefertari, also called the Sistine Chapel of Ancient Egypt. The paintings, which are found on almost every available surface in the tomb, are considered to be the best preserved and most eloquent decorations of any Egyptian burial site [1080x1144]
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'Exceptionally high' number of decapitated bodies found at Roman burial site - (what’s a normal amount?) cnn.com/2021/05/31/europe…
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The 3,200-year-old tomb of Queen Nefertari, also called the Sistine Chapel of Ancient Egypt. The paintings, which are found on almost every available surface in the tomb, are considered to be the best preserved and most eloquent decorations of any Egyptian burial site
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Kamloops residential school burial site revelation prompts Algoma University to probe Ontario property | CBC News cbc.ca/news/canada/sudbur…
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A total of 177 graves of women, men and children have been found in the Yuzhniy Oleniy Ostrov burial site, of which more than half contain several elk tooth ornaments, some of them composed of as many as over 300 individual teeth. arkeonews.net/stone-age-l…
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Finding the truth: Unearthing legacies of Indigenous burial sites in Alberta edmonton.ctvnews.ca/mobil…
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Child's Burial Site Tells of Early Man's Emotional Life usnews.com/news/world/art…
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Residential School Cemeteries were in Manitoba too. Survivor Alf Kirkness launched a campaign in the 60s to protect a burial site in Brandon. mhs.mb.ca/docs/mb_history…
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It was built on an Indian burial site.
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Indian burial site near some hot-springs but was 92 degrees F
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"The princess of Thaj" an early hellenic-era burial site for a young girl (9-11 years) in the Arabian Peninsula. From the jewellery and the pure-gold burial mask it appears that this Arab girl belonged to a regal family. reddit.com/gallery/npzua6
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Burial sites filling up, Catholics in Ahmedabad consider cremation | Ahmedabad News - Times of India timesofindia.indiatimes.c…
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I think I camped at a burial site...

I don't really know how to write this, or if I told this story a while back on my old account, but here it goes,

(Also obligatory on mobile, so sorry about any mistakes)

A few years ago, my family & I went fishing/camping in the same area we usually go to, but I guess it was occupied, so we settled in the nearest empty space that could fit 2 trailers. We didn't really walk around or explore the area around it for the first two days, because we were at the lake, fishing. But when we did, it was me & my grandpa looking at the scenery, specifically a small stream that I thought looked nice. However the closer we got, the more uncomfortable, & just nervous I felt, but didn't know why....

That was, untill we found a small grave.

I'd say it was about a foot long, the type a small dog, or some sort of animal could fit in. The dirt in it looked fresh, or at least noticeably more dug up compared to the moss & grass around it, & it had a cross made out of sticks, standing at the top of it. Next to the grave was a shovel, that looked a lot older than the grave itself, it was really rusty, & looked chipped at the edge.

It honestly scared me a bit, & I just wanted to leave the site alone then & there, but my grandpa wanted to look around more. I stayed away from there for the rest of the trip, I didn't want to touch or disturb anything, my grandpa on the other hand.. took the shovel. I don't know why, but he did, & I think still has it now.

I used to have pictures, but I got a new phone since then, & most pictures/files failed to be transferred over. However, I'll post them if I can find them.

I'm not completely sure if the next details are related to the grave, but I still took mental note about them:

  • On the log fence, a few feet away, (the kind that marks where you can or can't trespass) There were strange symbols painted on, it didn't look like any language however, & i think one was some sort circle with an X going through it. This could just be someone's graffiti though.

  • On top of a wooden stump next to it were two pennies sat next to each other. One was facing tails, & the other was facing heads.

  • Everything was quiet, too quiet. Usually you could hear small animals, & tens of birds all the time, but you could only hear soft rustling, and like, 2 birds in the distance.

  • When I brought my parents to the place, my mom stayed for a bit, to look around when something hit her back. She was standing

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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Burial Site(s)

Hopefully someone here can clear this up for me! I've always assumed she was buried at the rental property/the moms house where the tenants heard the watch beeping. Under some sort of concrete slab flower bed thing. But That in 2020 they moved her to another relocation. Is that other location now believed to be Reubans house under the deck? Or was she buried at Susan's, Reubans, AND Paul's house?? Or they moved her from Susan's to Reubans and then again and now we don't know where she was?

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Hermit Crab Burial Site??????

Seeking information about Mass Hermit Crab burial ground found in Mapleton Fall Creek. Please advise. Making podcast about the mystery.

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Alleged logging at ancient First Nation burial site in B.C. prompts province to investigate: "It's a complete desecration of a sacred site of our First Nation." cbc.ca/news/canada/britis…
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3,000-year-old Burial Site of SammallahdenmΓ€ki, Finland
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Courts can give the right to cemeteries to dig up dead bodies if the descendants of the deceased individuals abandon the site. You only β€œlease” burial plots.
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The discovery of the earliest human burial site yet found in Africa. At Panga ya Saidi, in Kenya, north of Mombasa, the body of a three-year-old, dubbed Mtoto (Swahili for β€˜child’) was deposited and buried in an excavated pit approximately 78,000 years ago. cnrs.fr/en/africas-oldest…
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'Canada calls on pope to apologize after Indigenous children’s remains found' Pope has previously refused to apologize - Government will help preserve grave sites/search for unmarked burial grounds at other residential schools sites theguardian.com/world/202…
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Safety of soil for edible garden plants around burial site of euthanized cat?

Please let me know if there is a more appropriate sub. I tried askavet but didn't get a response. This seemed like a better fit??

Our cat was euthanized last week. Per vets advice, we were sure to take all precautions for wildlife when burying, and google said the drugs might seep into the soil for a year after burial. We are wanting to make the site into a little meditation area, and fresh catnip for our other cat.

We are concerned our other cat would ingest catnip at this site and be poisoned as the chemicals leech into the soil and roots grow deeper. Should we wait a year before planting, or never plant in this space? Will the chemicals only go down, or also out and up? Is there anything we can do to help the soil? We hit a wall of granite under the site, if that matters.

If you want to go into the science for other readers of this sub, I very much respect that. I just ask you answer my question definitively/kindly before going too far into the gory facts, as my heart is broken.

TL,Dr: Title.

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Burial site of Nerevar?

I may be overlooking a detail but is it ever said where Nerevar was laid to rest after he died? I would think it would be a holy site for pilgrims in Morrowind or something but I can't remember if anything of it was mentioned in game.

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Enter sacred burial site? Yeah, you're proobably cursed.

A lot of people in my tribe and other Native's I know tend to have quite a sense of gallows humor (happens when there's a lot of unresolved injustice and genocide), so I'm sorry if this is too dark. I went to a school on my tribe's old territory where there's an area reserved for cultural events because it's a sacred burial site of one of our prophets. There's a stone circle with a pole in the middle with offerings and decorations, it's a pretty obvious Native American worship site.

Anyway, a few years back I'm living in the dorms and a group of boys come into the common room one night laughing and joking about how they "touched the pole". I asked what pole. "The pole in the middle of that stone thing".

"Do you know what it's there for?" They all got kinda quiet.

"Some Native American thing I guess."

"You guessed right! That's my tribe, and we're actually NEVER allowed to touch that pole because it's directly over my ancestor's buried remains. That specific place is the burial site of the most bodies, but they're under these buildings too. You better go apologize, you're probably cursed now."

I've never seen someone start to visibly sweat so quickly! The next day they told me they went back and apologized.

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I got to visit the Glastonbury Abbey in Somerset 2019. It’s the oldest Christian church in England and Supposed burial site of King Arthur. reddit.com/gallery/nbmdy4
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"The princess of Thaj" an early hellenic-era burial site for a young girl (9-11 years) in the Arabian Peninsula. [600x796] reddit.com/gallery/npzua6
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Alberta government commits funding to research undocumented residential school burial sites cbc.ca/news/canada/edmont…
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Medieval stone row with burial site for a chieftain. Dartmoor UK
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A legendary russian wrestler of the past, Ivan Poddubny. The first six-time consecutive world champion in Greco-Roman wrestling. During his almost 40 year career, Ivan Poddubny has never lost in a fair fight. Obelisk at his burial site says that "Here lies the Russian bogatyr"
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What do you guys make of the 'potential burial site' of Kuss road?
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Tomb of the Eagles: Future of celebrate ancient burial site on Orkney in doubt after closure scotsman.com/heritage-and…
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Visited the burial site for the first time and left flowers.

I don't really know why I'm writing this, I just need to process this I think. I lost a pregnancy during the first trimester in late January this year. Still taking it so hard, as anyone who goes through this does. We got testing done and she was a little girl. I don't know how many hours I've spent wondering what I did. She had all 46 of her chromosomes, not more, not less. One side of me knows how delicate life is and it could have been a million other things, the other side of me, for some reason, irrationally has latched on to the idea that I caused it with a hot bath, what if my thyroid was out of whack, etc. Ultimately, I am still trying to make peace with the fact that we'll never get our answer and that is such a hard thing to accept. I wanted her so, so much that I just ache.

Something I thought was really touching is that our regional health system has a burial site for all of the babies lost to miscarriage. They bury them there free of charge. They aren't individual plots of course, but it's essentially a mausoleum, or vault, that goes by year.

I knew vaguely where the cemetery was, it's about an hour from where I live, but when I was in town last I worked up the courage to go visit. I don't know why I didn't feel like I could before, I wanted to, but it just made me so anxious. I was in Walmart there and walked past the flowers section and thought, wouldn't it be healing to go visit and bring her flowers now that I'm in town? I couldn't decide which ones to get, so I bought two kinds and split them. One bouquet for home to brighten up our day, one bouquet for there.

I rolled up to the cemetery around sunset and it was the end of a perfectly beautiful spring day. Quiet. Just some road noise in the distance and birds chirping. I spent a great deal of time fumbling around trying to find out where the heck this thing was located, there was no map or staff around, but when I drove over to that section it was unmistakable, there it was.

I got out of the car and just lost it when I saw things people left, luckily there was nobody else there. There was a cross and some old flowers. A Mickey Mouse doll and a white toy horse. I imagined that's the type of thing I'd loved to have wrapped up for her on Christmas morning, to see her light up and smile. There were two benches there but I didn't say. I left the flowers and asked God to take care of her for me and drove away.

Clearly I still have a lot of healing to do as I cried through typing this w

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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WTW for a burial site (I believe that it's an older English term, though possibly linked to Native Americans). I first heard it while watching a YouTube channel about metal detecting, if that helps...
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The discovery of the earliest human burial site yet found in Africa. At Panga ya Saidi, in Kenya, north of Mombasa, the body of a three-year-old, dubbed Mtoto (Swahili for β€˜child’) was deposited and buried in an excavated pit approximately 78,000 years ago cnrs.fr/en/africas-oldest…
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Bronze age burial site in Spain suggests women were among rulers theguardian.com/world/202…
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Update on my default cube burial site..
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