Walking in the rain toward the cenotaph, I observed that about every other person wore a red paper poppy in the lapel.
Others think it may be a cenotaph, built to house Alexander himself but then left empty after Ptolemy made off with his body.
The present chapter is a cenotaph to the French Encyclopdists.
The cenotaph is engraved with ninety-nine names of the deity.
Near the cenotaph is a marble pillar on which once was set the Koh-i-noor diamond, chief of Akbar's treasures.
Close by her cenotaph stands the family temple of the Holkars.
A cenotaph is a monument erected to the memory of one dead, but not marking the spot in which his remains rest.
And a fitting monument of silence is the cenotaph, the empty tomb.
Before the cenotaph the expedition stopped, and the absolution was given by the archbishop and the clergy.
Humayun's cenotaph, in plain white marble, is in the very centre.