Translation for 'funeral urn' from English to Russian
NOUN   a funeral urn | funeral urns
погребальная урна {ж}funeral urn
урна {ж}urn
погребальная урна {ж}cinerary urn
владелец {м} похоронного бюро(funeral) undertaker
кладбищенская часовня {ж}
funeral chapel
похороны {мн}funeral {sg}
похоронное бюро {с}funeral parlor [Am.]
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Usage Examples English
  • Ruby, in contrast, is described as a funeral urn.
  • and one of burials was found in a funeral urn with animal remains inside.
  • On December 31, 2013, a tourist found a funeral urn and an accessory vase from the Iron Age, 800 years BC in the sand at the foot of the dune.
  • Prior to the Romanian Revolution of 1989, his funeral urn was maintained in a crypt at the Carol Park Mausoleum.
  • 05, "Misconceptions", it is revealed that Flack's father died a while back, and he and Samantha take the funeral urn with their father's ashes to Yankee Stadium, presumably to scatter them on the field.

  • Artifacts of that period have been found in the hamlets of Rovarè (terracotta fragments) and Spercenigo (funeral urn and a wine amphora) along with a cremation furnace ruin in Ca'Lion.
  • John Camden, (d. 1780), and his eldest daughter Elizabeth Neild, (d. 1791). Girl by a funeral urn with a poetic eulogy. Signed by Coade of Lambeth (1792).
  • They are Indo-European people, with an alleged origin in Central Europe, who incinerate their dead by placing the ashes in a funeral urn.
  • King Vajiralongkorn bestowed an honorary decorated funeral urn for him and has accepted his remains into perpetual royal care.
  • A memorial cenotaph on the marae, a white column on a concrete base and funeral urn, was initially unveiled with the names of eight local men who died during wars.

  • They show the Carthaginian noblewoman Sophonisba poisoning herself to avoid being paraded in a Roman triumph, the Roman Vestal Virgin Tuccia proving her chastity by carrying water in a sieve, Judith with the head of Holofernes and Dido holding Sychaeus's funeral urn.
  • Ashes were either scattered into the grave pit, or buried in a funeral urn.
  • The archaeological excavations also brought to light a funeral urn with an inscription dedicated to Claudia Eglogae: this woman was the nurse of Nero and, together with Acte, collected the body of the Emperor and transported it to the tomb of the Domitii.
  • They were farmers and ceramicists. Relics include a funeral urn and a ritual mask made of vegetable fibers.
  • Maria del Priorato, as well as a wax model from a funeral urn in the Capitoline Museums produced for Josiah Wedgwood.

  • Martha Freud died in 1951. She was cremated at Golders Green Crematorium and her ashes placed in the Freud Corner, into the same ancient Greek funeral urn that holds her husband's ashes.
  • When royal ceremonies are carried out within the throne hall, member of the royal family take their seat in the southern transept, while government officials sit to the north, Buddhist monks to the east; the funeral urn is to the west.
  • It was located exactly at the center of Northern excavation profile and refers to a funeral urn, it is the only one that did not suffer disturbance except for the vessel which served as cover of the same; it was on a straight line from urns 7 & 8 and oriented north to south.
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