Translation for 'cinerary urn' from English to Polish
NOUN   a cinerary urn | cinerary urns
popielnica {f} [urna]cinerary urn
termos {m}tea urn [Br.]
urna {f}urn [large vase; funerary urn]
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Usage Examples English
  • Sometimes however the body was cremated with the ashes placed in a cinerary urn.
  • Bronze Age remains found in the area include a looped palstave and a cinerary urn.
  • Before her death in 1929, she designed a cinerary urn that now holds the ashes of both Robineau and her husband in Syracuse, New York. and other institutions.
  • Modern mausolea may also act as columbaria (a type of mausoleum for cremated remains) with additional cinerary urn niches.
  • The remains are then placed in a container called an "ash capsule", which generally is put into a cinerary urn.

  • Of the period of Etruscan power remains a testimony in the cinerary urn in alabaster, going back to the II century B.C., found just in the necropolis of Castiglioncello.
  • Paleoliths (stone tools) have been found and there is an indication that Bronze Age cinerary urn was also found.
  • The main funerary practice for the dead was cremation, where they placed their loved one's ashes and bones into a cinerary urn or ash urn.
  • Embedded in the wall there is a Roman cinerary urn used as a water reservoir.
  • These include cropmark sites and the discovery of a Bronze Age cinerary urn at Alresford Grange in 1942 by school-girl Anne Pilkington in the remains of a barrow.

  • A cinerary urn was found in 1955 during excavation for a new housing estate.
  • Two middle Bronze Age food vessels and a late Bronze Age cinerary urn were found in the cists during the excavation.
  • from the north portal were dug using Cut-and-cover, with the remainder built by sinking nine construction shafts in 1895 (a Roman cinerary urn was found in one shaft), Unlike the tunnel construction of the earlier Victorian era, excavation was able to be accelerated through the use of Ruston steam navvies instead of being entirely dug by hand.
  • The Scamozzina culture, clearly distinct from the coeval Terramare culture, saw the establishment of the funeral rite of cremation in which also a set of ornaments was deposed with the bones in the cinerary urn, an early phenomenon, ahead of other Italian regions but also of most of Europe who knew of this development only from the earliest phases of the Urnfield culture.
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