"Practice in the Probate Court of Massachusetts," 1898; "Practice in Personal Actions in the Courts of Massachusetts," 1902. His ... Mortuary Law. Published by George B. Reed, Law Publisher 1896. Perley, Sidney. Poets of Essex County Massachusetts. Published ... His practice inclined strongly to the civil side of the courts and his clientage were a number of large corporations, both ... Aside from the exactions of a large practice, Perley found time to indulge his native literary taste in various directions, and ...
2011, editor). Sayer, D. & Williams, H. (eds). Mortuary Practices & Social Identities in the Middle Ages: Essays in Burial ... 2009, editor) Semple, S. & Williams, H. (eds). Early Medieval Mortuary Practices. Anglo-Saxon Studies in Archaeology & History ...
Social Identities and Mortuary Practices. Leuven: Peeters. Hicks, D., Stevenson, A.E. (Eds.), (2013). World Archaeology at the ... Mortuary Rituals and Social Identities. She became a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy in 2014. Alice was Research Fellow ...
Andean Mortuary Practices. Washington, D.C.: Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, 1991. 43-77. Print. Arthur C. ... Perspectives on Mortuary Archaeology for the New Millennium. Gainesville: University of Florida, 2005. 142-49. Print. Moseley, ...
Shepardson, Mary (1978). "Changes in Navajo mortuary practices and beliefs". American Indian Quarterly. 4 (4): 383-96. doi: ... The practice of human placentophagy has become a more recent trend in western cultures and is not without controversy; its ... In some cultures, the placenta is eaten, a practice known as placentophagy. In some eastern cultures, such as China, the dried ... practice being considered cannibalism is debated. Some cultures have alternative uses for placenta that include the ...
Also published in Early medieval mortuary practices. New perspectives, ed. Sarah Semple and Howard Williams. Oxford: University ...
Yong, Ying (2004). "Gender, status, ritual regulations, and mortuary practice in the state of Jin". In Linduff, Kathrym M.; Sun ... Sun, Yan; Yang, Hongyu (2004). "Gender ideology and mortuary practice in Northwestern China". In Linduff, Kathrym M.; Sun, Yan ... Such a practice was looked down upon by the upper classes and men living with their wives' families were targeted in the 214 ... The increasing popularity of the practice also led to the decline of the art of dance among women, and less and less was heard ...
In Tombs for the Living: Andean Mortuary Practices. T. Dillehay Ed. pp. 281-314 Dumbarton Oaks Washington, DC Messerli, Bruno, ... The Wintu tribe has voiced concerns and asked for support from the government to regulate the activities practiced on "their" ... Almost every day different religious practices such as nude bathing, camping out with magic crystals, yoga, and many "quasi- ...
The Wari also practiced endocannibalism, specifically mortuary cannibalism. Endocannibalism is the consumption of members of ... The practice was considered an act of compassion and affinal love, as much as a gesture of grief. The relatives were encouraged ... Mortuary preparation involved ritual wailing and other ceremonies, building a fire, removing the visceral organs, and finally ... Today, Wari' do not practice any form of cannibalism. They bury their dead after two or three days of mourning. Currently, the ...
Mortuary practices also followed the unique tradition of Baekje. This tomb is seen as a representative tomb of the Ungjin ...
... and concluded it is a regional mortuary practice. It may be considered a pan-Aleutian mortuary practice. Cave burials have been ... This type of mortuary practice has been mainly found in the Near Islands. In addition to these four main types, other kinds of ... The variety of mortuary practices mostly did not included the ritual of including extensive grave goods, as has been found in ... Umqan burials are the most widely known type of mortuary practice found in the Aleutian Islands. The people created burial ...
... curation of human remains as part of mortuary practices". List of fossil sites List of fossiliferous stratigraphic units in ...
Mortuary Practices and Cultural Identity at the Turn of the Sixteenth Century in Eastern Tennessee. (L.P. Sullivan & Michaelyn ... Washington DC Mississippian Mortuary Practices: The Quest for Interpretations. (L.P. Sullivan & Robert C. Mainfort, Jr.) 2009 ... In Mississippian Mortuary Practices: Beyond Hierarchy and the Representationist Perspective, L.P. Sullivan & Robert C. Mainfort ... Mississippian Mortuary Practices: Beyond Hierarchy and the Representationist Perspective. (L.P. Sullivan & Robert C. Mainfort, ...
An Integrated Analysis of Pre-Hispanic Mortuary Practices. Current Anthropology 45:369-402. R.S. Corruccini. 1978. Crown ...
Creighton practiced alone until 1915, establishing Creighton & McDonald, but soon returned to private practice. He continued to ... Creighton is buried in Phoenix's Greenwood/Memory Lawn Mortuary & Cemetery. A number of his works are listed on the National ... He practiced alone until the mid-1890s, when he added Denslow W. Millard, formerly of Minnesota, as a partner. The firm of ... Gradually, he focused more and more on design and less on building, and opened an office for the practice of architecture in ...
He practiced law for a short period of time in San Francisco, and in 1956, returned to Phoenix with his family. Ong then ... He is buried in Phoenix's Greenwood/Memory Lawn Mortuary & Cemetery. Ong's wife Rose Wong Ong died in October 13, 1985, and is ... He continued his law practice and in 1946, ran for the State House of Representatives as a Democrat and was elected. He thus ... He returned to his law practice after he retired from politics. On December 19, 1977, he died at age 73 in Phoenix. ...
ISBN 978-0-435-08041-9. S. A. Brandt (1988). "Early Holocene Mortuary Practices and Hunter-Gatherer Adaptations in Southern ...
Chinese metallurgy was widely practiced during the Middle Ages; during the 11th century, the growth of the iron industry caused ... Iron ingots became an important mortuary item in Proto-historic Korea. Iron production quickly followed in the 2nd century BC, ... By this time, Chinese metallurgists had discovered a new process (others were already practiced) to fine molten pig iron, ...
However, much Minoan mortuary practice does not conform to this pattern. Burial was more popular than cremation. Individual ... They may have practiced polyculture, and their varied, healthy diet resulted in a population increase. Polyculture ... Clarke, Christina F. (2013). The Manufacture of Minoan Metal Vessels: Theory and Practice. Uppsala: Åströms Förlag. p. 1. ISBN ... Evidence of Minoan Astronomy and Calendrical Practises Marinatos, Nanno. Minoan Kingship and the Solar Goddess: A Near Eastern ...
ISBN 978-0-435-08041-9. Brandt, S. A. (1988). "Early Holocene Mortuary Practices and Hunter-Gatherer Adaptations in Southern ... Abou Jeng (2012). Peacebuilding in the African Union: Law, Philosophy and Practice. Cambridge University Press. p. 245. ISBN ...
Nelson, Ben A.; Darling, J. Andrew; Kice, David A. (December 1992). "Mortuary Practices and the Social Order at La Quemada, ...
Mississippian Mortuary Practices: Beyond Hierarchy and the Representationist Perspective. University Press of Florida. ISBN 978 ... The woodhenge was later dismantled and a series of mortuary houses, platform mounds, mass burials and eventually the ridgetop ...
ISBN 978-0-435-08041-9. Brandt, S. A. (1988). "Early Holocene Mortuary Practices and Hunter-Gatherer Adaptations in Southern ...
The Second Great Awakening changed local mortuary practices for the poor. The entire route is in Uxbridge, Worcester County. ... This project involved moving a former almshouse cemetery and led to archeological findings on mortuary practices following that ... "The Historical Archeology of Mortuary Behavior: Coffin Hardware from Uxbridge, Massachusetts; Abstract: Edward Bell" (PDF). ...
Mortuary practices indicate a complex society with at least three social ranks. In the late Taosi period, the rammed-earth wall ...
Mausolf, Lisa B.; Hengen, Elizabeth Durfee (2007), Edward Lippincott Tilton: A Monograph on His Architectural Practice (PDF), ... "Ellis Island, Contagious Disease Hospital Mortuary, New York Harbor, New York County, NY". www.loc.gov. Retrieved June 14, 2019 ... 13][14] This practice started in 1890 when the US government and the State of New York processed immigrants jointly at the ... In 1926 when this practice was started within a few months the PHS doctors were examining sailors at the rate of 600,000 a year ...