the body was washed and anointed, After the body was prepared, it lay in state in the atrium of the family home, with the feet pointed toward the door.
Sometimes the body was embaled, but not often. A coin could be placed on the mouth.
There were processions around/outside the town/city with relatives/friends following, music could be played.
Some bodies were buried, but cremation was the most common procedure.
After the cremation, an animal would be sacrifices in presence of the dead body.
That depends on how big they were but it isn't any different than how many it would take you to walk a mile.
The steps of the Roman Senate building.
how did roman law protect the rights of an accused person?
The Roman author, Vegetius described Roman marching in De Re Militari, which is the only surviving book on the the military of the Roman Empire. He referred to two steps, which he called the "common step" and the "long step." The common step was at about four miles per summer hour, and the long step was at about five.
I am burying, you are burying, he/she/it is burying, we are burying, they are burying
Get the mental image and you'll figure it out. The person is deliberately ignoring what's going on around them, but instead of an ostrich burying their head in the sand, the person is so dumb that they are burying their head up their own butt.
preventive steps taken by rulers. Such as burying the dead bodies, eliminating rats and fleas.
Burying is correct.
Burying my dad's legs in the sand was very fun
Burying Brian ended on 2008-08-06.
Underhill Burying Ground was created in 1672.
Assonet Burying Ground was created in 1800.
Clifton Burying Ground was created in 1675.
Burying in Woollen Acts happened in 1666.
Granary Burying Ground was created in 1660.