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What Can a Linguist Learn From a Gravestone?

Plenty, it turns out. BY DAN NOSOWITZ OCTOBER 26, 2018     "Sacred," carved in gothic script on a Victorian gravestone with ivy. TREVOR R…

Started by SunKat

0 Jan 6

Remembering When Americans Picnicked in Cemeteries

For a time, eating and relaxing among the dead was a national pastime. BY JONATHAN KENDALL APRIL 20, 2018     A small group picnics on ledg…

Started by SunKat

2 Jan 6
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Here Lies E. Coli

There’s a bunch of gross stuff, besides human bodies, hiding under graveyards. BY SARAH LASKOW  OCTOBER 22, 2018       In the central cemet…

Started by SunKat

0 Oct 24, 2018

Adopted Warriors? Genetic Tests Reveal Unexpected Relationships in Medieval Graves

By Laura Geggel, Senior Writer | September 6, 2018 06:58am ET Excavated remains from the seventh-century medieval graveyard in the c…

Started by Carmen Elsa Irarragorri Wyland

0 Sep 10, 2018

Graveyards At Night

Do you think you're in danger of encountering evil spirits, if you walk through a graveyard at night. I walked through a graveyard one nigh…

Started by Stephanie Musarra

0 Jun 4, 2018

Spirit Energy

Have you ever walked through a graveyard, and sensed the energy from within the spirits? I sometimes walk through graveyards, and as I appr…

Started by Stephanie Musarra

0 Jun 4, 2018

In Search of Cemeteries Alive With Beauty, Art, and History

These resting places celebrate life. BY ANIKA BURGESS SEPTEMBER 15, 2017      The Kiss of Death, designed by Joan Fonternat and carved by…

Started by SunKat

0 May 15, 2018

Dargavs Village: City of the Dead

DARGAVS, RUSSIA This ancient village and its adjoining cemetery have a beautiful history of death and remembrance.  Reaching this mystify…

Started by SunKat

2 Nov 6, 2017
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Life in Death at Tower Hamlets Cemetery

What better way to escape summer heat, than to lose oneself in history for a few languid hours, sheltered by centuries-old trees and occas…

Started by SunKat

0 Oct 13, 2017

The 10 Iconic Cemeteries That Made Death Beautiful

The history of the rural cemetery movement, which brought Victorians to picnic among tombstones. BY MOLLY MCBRIDE JACOBSON BY THE 19TH CE…

Started by SunKat

1 Oct 10, 2017
Reply by Carmen Elsa Irarragorri Wyland


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