Noun(1) a stone coffin (usually bearing sculpture or inscriptions
(1) He was buried in a sarcophagus in front of the Cairo Museum.(2) it was decided that a stone sarcophagus - not previously used for kings - should be installed.(3) Charlemagne too fitted out his new capital with monuments constructed with spolia from Rome and Ravenna; his own tomb was an ancient sarcophagus .(4) The stone sarcophagus is carefully lifted from its resting place in Mill Mount, York.(5) One day, you're bouncing on top of a camel and climbing inside the Great Pyramid to eye the stone sarcophagus of Pharaoh Cheops.(6) The team first removed the stone lid from his sarcophagus .(7) He accused the team of being unethical in implementing their forensic examination, as well as disregarding the use of scientific procedures while removing the fragile mummy from its golden sarcophagus .(8) The sarcophagus is also oriented to the compass directions, and is only 1 cm smaller in dimensions than the chamber entrance.(9) During her studies she worked with the British Museum examining the paints used on the sarcophagus of an Egyptian mummy to find out how the ancients had created a new colour.(10) The centre of the room is now occupied by the quartzite sarcophagus containing the outermost coffin.(11) In the burial chamber, a nest of four golden shrines, each sitting within the other, are removed, to reveal a stone sarcophagus .(12) A great lord was buried in a sarcophagus : the body was in a coffin, which in turn was in a larger stone casing that was usually decorated.(13) There are building stones for temples and pyramids; ornamental stones for vessels, stelae, sarcophagi , statues and other sculptures; and precious stones for jewelry.(14) At the British Museum, children rushed to gather around the grave sites, mummies and sarcophagi , literally screaming with excitement, and determinedly fell to sketching these fascinating artefacts.(15) At a casual glance it might seem just another book about sarcophagi , another archaeological survey of tombs, funerary ritual, and the care of corpses.(16) The crypt of the Romanesque-Gothic transitional Basilique Saint-Paul, which contains several Roman sarcophagi , is considered to have been the mausoleum of a wealthy family.
(1) sarcophagus :: 石棺
1. sarcophagus ::
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