And so completely were her behests attended to, that no memorial of any kind remains to tell the place of her sepulture.
She was put into a vault which this Turk had for the sepulture of his family.
The more probable supposition is that, like the large mounds in Montana and elsewhere, they were places of sepulture.
sepulture was generally therefore forbidden; but in consequence of Deut.
The bodies were brought to the place of sepulture in open coffins, with their faces uncovered.
This was a very ancient structure, and probably a place of sepulture.
After willingly remaining some time here, beside this simple Christian tomb, we went to see an ancient place of Indian sepulture.
They were evidently excavated for worship, not for sepulture.
Sometimes, however, they are still legible, but they have manifestly no connection with Christian sepulture whatever.
Paid by the said Abbot and convent ‘for making of the tombe and place of sepulture,’ 433, 6s.
"burial, interment," late 13c., from Old French sepulture, sepoutre "tomb, coffin" (12c.), from Latin sepultura "burial, funeral obsequies," from sepult-, past participle stem of sepelire "to bury" (see sepulcher).