Definition of Inhumations

1. Noun. (plural of inhumation) ¹



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Definition of Inhumations

1. inhumation [n] - See also: inhumation

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inhumations

inhuman
inhuman treatment
inhumane
inhumanely
inhumaneness
inhumanities
inhumanity
inhumanly
inhumanness
inhumannesses
inhumate
inhumated
inhumates
inhumating
inhumation
inhumations (current term)
inhume
inhumed
inhumer
inhumers
inhumes
inhuming
inhære
inhæred
inhærent
inhæres
inhæring
inhæsion
inia
iniac

Literary usage of Inhumations

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1. Narrative of a Journey Round the Dead Sea and in the Bible Lands in 1850 and by Édouard de Warren (1854)
"Order of inhumations.—Historical references.—Argumentative objections.— The author's views justified.—Early architecture.—Botta's discoveries at Nineveh. ..."

2. The Prepalatial Cemeteries at Mochlos and Gournia and the House Tombs of by Jeffrey S. Soles (1992)
"Further excavation at Palaikastro, for example, should be expected to uncover inhumations 31 For the methodology involved in determining social ranking from ..."

3. Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society by American Antiquarian Society (1869)
"Some of these mounds cannot be less than three or four centuries old, while the contents of others prove that inhumations were made in them after contact ..."

4. Papers of the British School at Rome by British School at Rome (1907)
"... and that though in Latium and Etruria the iron age is rich in inhumations, the earliest burials of that age are invariably cremations. ..."

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