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Download as PDF Printable version. Add links. MBW work: b46eddbecca15ad31ed80 , b0efdb2e7-b44f19af3c This blues song -related article is a stub. However, one could easily assign the OP's quotation to visits of Alexander to famous tombs of conquerors and mythical heroes. Arrian among others reports that Alexander visited Protesilaus' tomb An. Alexander visited Sardanapalus' tomb in Anchialus An. Note that the religious tradition of the Macedonians would have him buried in the homeland, in Aegae, with great ceremony, with previous kings and that Perdiccas, one time his successor, had organized the corpse to be sent there during BC from Mesopotamia after having been placed in a gold decorated sarcophage.

His corpse was an object of political, religious and military conflict immediately after his death. Ptolemy succeeded in having it transported to Egypt, in Memphis then in Alexandria, where a monument was constructed.

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The trickier part can be filing the certificate, which usually happens at a county clerk or registrar's office. If it's a Saturday or a holiday or simply after five o'clock, you'll have to wait. The good news, says Webster, is that "there are no funeral police. No one's going to come after you if you miss by a few hours. It's just a formality that has to be taken care of. When it comes to the actual burial, several states require a minimum depth for the body, notes Webster. Only New Mexico requires the classic 6 feet 1.

In most other circumstances there only needs to be between 18 and 30 inches 45 and 76 centimeters of soil between the top of the body and the surface.

This speeds decomposition and ensures that the body is well beyond the "smell barrier" and therefore safe from scavenging animals. Click here to learn what the law is in your state. The first step is to check burial laws by state. The tricky part is knowing your […]. In the United Kingdom, you can go to the […]. If you would like to learn more about the specific laws of your state, check out our list of laws.

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Alaska There are no laws that prohibit home burial, but you must check local zoning laws before establishing a home cemetery or burying on private land. Arizona There are no laws that prohibit home burial, but you must check local zoning laws before establishing a home cemetery or burying on private land.

Arkansas Bodies must be buried in an established cemetery. California Bodies must be buried in an established cemetery unless a special permit for a family burial plot is applied for.

Colorado There are no laws that prohibit home burial, but you must check local zoning laws before establishing a home cemetery or burying on private land. Connecticut There are no laws that prohibit home burial, but you must check local zoning laws before establishing a home cemetery or burying on private land.

Delaware There are no laws that prohibit home burial, but you must check local zoning laws before establishing a home cemetery or burying on private land. Florida There are no laws that prohibit home burial, but you must check local zoning laws before establishing a home cemetery or burying on private land. Georgia There are no laws that prohibit home burial, but you must check local zoning laws before establishing a home cemetery or burying on private land.

Hawaii There are no laws that prohibit home burial, but you must check local zoning laws before establishing a home cemetery or burying on private land. Cemeteries must be Idaho There are no laws that prohibit home burial, but you must check local zoning laws before establishing a home cemetery or burying on private land.

Illinois There are no laws that prohibit home burial, but you must check local zoning laws before establishing a home cemetery or burying on private land. Indiana Bodies must be buried in an established cemetery.

Iowa There are no laws that prohibit home burial, but you must check local zoning laws before establishing a home cemetery or burying on private land. Kansas There are no laws that prohibit home burial, but you must check local zoning laws before establishing a home cemetery or burying on private land. The container must not contain plastic of any kind, float, or otherwise contribute to marine debris.

Ideally, the container should degrade or dissolve in a relatively short period of time in the marine environment. States may not authorize burials in ocean waters or relax a federal requirement for ocean dumping. States may not relax the MPRSA General Permit requirement that burials in ocean waters must be conducted at least three nautical miles from shore.

Scattering of cremated remains in lakes, rivers, or other inland waters is not subject to federal regulation under the MPRSA. States, however, may have requirements governing the scattering of cremated remains into internal, non-ocean waters, like lakes and rivers of the state. Burial of cremated remains in inland waters is prohibited in some states. Contact the state environmental agency, health agency, or mortuary board to determine any legal requirements that may apply to the scattering of ashes into non-ocean waters of that state.

It depends on the laws and regulations of the other country. The MPRSA general permit for burial at sea applies to all persons transporting human remains from the United States for the purpose of burial at sea, as well as U. Some countries may prohibit burials at sea in their waters. Contact Us to ask a question, provide feedback, or report a problem. Jump to main content.



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  1. Shashicage Permalink
    (From Wikipedia) “Bury My Body” is a traditional gospel blues song. It is also known as “ (Lord) I Don’t Care Where Dey (They, You) Bury My Body” and “My Soul Is Gonna Live with God”. The origins.
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  2. Tozshura Permalink
    Released in From the CD 'The Complete Animals'.
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  3. Samulabar Permalink
    Feb 28,  · There’s no denying it: Burying bodies is a huge waste of space that could be used by the rest of us who are still breathing. Even cremation, though cheaper and easier, can produce a lot of toxic.
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  4. Mubar Permalink
    Bury my body, don't build any monument. Keep my hand outside so that the world knows, one who won the world had nothing in hand when he died. Did he said it? Is it documented reliable-where? history quotes. Share. Improve this question. Follow edited Feb 25 '12 at
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  5. Gulkree Permalink
    You may bury my body, down by the highway side (Baby, I don't care where you bury my body when I'm dead and gone) You may bury my body, ooh, down by the highway side So my old evil spirit, can catch a Greyhound bus and ride.
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  6. Mazahn Permalink
    A green burial means the body is buried in a way that does not interfere with natural decomposition — so, no embalming and a biodegradable coffin or shroud. A green burial may take place at a cemetery. A home burial means the body is buried on residential land and may or may not be prepared in a .
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  7. Voodooshura Permalink
    Common sense will tell you not to bury the body in soft sandy soil or hard rocky soil. Find a place with firm ground, but a place you can dig up to six feet down. It is not always necessary to dig that deep, but it is a good idea (and sometimes required) that the top of the casket or body be at least 3 feet beneath the .
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  8. Mujar Permalink
    Take my bones, every muscle, every fiber and nerve in my body and find a way to make a crippled child walk. Explore every corner of my brain. Take my cells, if necessary, and let them grow so that, someday a speechless boy will shout at the crack of a bat and a deaf girl will hear the sound of .
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  9. Kazrahn Permalink
    Jul 18,  · Burial laws differ state by state. It is important to be informed about what is required in your area when making end of life arrangements. This list of laws is a starting reference for you to learn where you can be buried in each state and which states require a .
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