|NOUN || an oak coffin | oak coffins |
NOUN article.ind sg | pl
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- Archeologists suggest that the area where the mound was constructed was first burned to clear it, then the oak coffin was placed down and covered by a cairn, at which point the barrow itself was built.
- He concluded that "the assumption that the bones of an elderly man, which had been found in an oak coffin near the Johanneskirche, were the remains of Johann Sebastian Bach" (translated from German) was very likely.
- The cairn, in turn, was built on top of a wooden chamber containing a hollow oak coffin.
- In November 2008, it was reported that an oak coffin containing his remains was taken from his family's mausoleum at a cemetery at Velden am Wörther See, in what Austrian Federal Police believe may be an attempt to extort money from his widow.
- Oak coffin burials dating from the 14th-13th centuries BC contained well-preserved mummified bodies, along with their clothing and burial goods.
- Recent work has investigated the mobility of Bronze Age women from Oak Coffin burials at Egtved and Skydstrup in Denmark and changing patterns of mobility over the course of the Southern Scandinavian Neolithic and Bronze Age.
- His remains were interred in an oak coffin in a grave he selected for himself in Wieliczka.
- In 1906 the "württembergischen Geschichts- und Altertumsverein" placed a marble relief of her on the south wall of the choir and in 1962 her remains were reburied in a new oak coffin.
- Several radiocarbon dates from the tree rings of the oak coffin and the composition of a ceremonial bronze dagger helped confirm the dating making this burial one of the best dated Early Bronze Age burials in Britain.
- On 11 May, the king was dressed in his uniform and placed in a massive oak coffin, which was moved on 14 May to the throne room, where it was sealed and lay in state.
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