Anglo-Catholic Correspondence with the Russo-Greek Church.
... was begun in 1862, with the high authority of the ... between Anglican and Russian
dignitaries were held in London ... beyond the poor privilege of burial to Anglicans ...
/.../ 20 anglo-catholic correspondence with.htm
Letter Xlvi. Paula and Eustochium to Marcella.
... is a land of hills and valleys,  and stands high above the ... glorious," 
meaning that the place of the Lord's burial should be held in universal ...
/.../jerome/the principal works of st jerome/letter xlvi paula and eustochium.htm
Travel. A Personal Experience.
... "The inner dome is 225 feet high, the outer ... Peter's at Rome." Three services are
held here daily ... A church for the living, a burial-place for the honored dead; a ...
/.../ix travel a personal experience.htm
Church Fabrics and Services.
... had sown an unoccupied strip of the burial-ground with ... overstrained veneration professed
by some modern High Churchmen. ... the wakes which had been held from time ...
/.../the english church in the eighteenth century/chapter x church fabrics and.htm
The Temples and the Gods of Chaldaea
... placed upon the altar and worshipped with as much veneration as were ... historical accident
rather than a religious conception: he held his high position, not ...
/.../chapter iithe temples and the.htm
... man's tongue; And ne'er was such a burial Sin' Adam's ... a little difficult not to believe
that the high and serene ... both shrines and of the bones they held is a ...
/.../marson/hugh bishop of lincoln/chapter x homeward bound.htm
... call "Agnus Dei," and of cemeteries or burial grounds, and ... and of other saints, are
to be held and retained ... God the Father hath constituted the high priest, and ...
/.../arminius/the works of james arminius vol 1/disputation 23 on idolatry.htm
The Monk Nilus.
... Once a man who held a distinguished military appointment, brought ... said: "O thou servant
of the most high God, I ... some token of the place of his burial, to let ...
//christianbookshelf.org/neander/light in the dark places/the monk nilus.htm
Period I: the Imperial State Church of the Undivided Empire, or ...
... Neither let any one be held childless; and let them ... of their churches and places
suitable for burial that they ... down on the right hand of the Majesty on high. ...
/.../ayer/a source book for ancient church history/period i the imperial state.htm
The Holy See and the Wandering of the Nations.
... same position which Alaric and his Visigoths had held towards Honorius ... that he heard
a Gallic officer, high in rank ... would seem to point at Ricimer's burial in it ...
/.../allies/the formation of christendom volume vi/chapter i the holy see.htm
Torrey's Topical TextbookNehemiah 2:3,5
And said to the king, Let the king live for ever: why should not my countenance be sad, when the city, the place of my fathers' sepulchers, lies waste, and the gates thereof are consumed with fire?Torrey's Topical Textbook
Burial for Criminals, Marked by Heaps
Burial of Enemies, Sometimes Performed by the Conquerors
Burial of Persons Embalmed, Deferred for Seventy Days
Burial of Persons Hanged, Always on the Days of Execution
Burial of the Friendless, a Kind Act
Burial were Ceremonially Unclean
Burial with Spices
Burial: An Ignominious, Compared to the Burial of an Ass
Burial: Antiquity of Coffins For
Burial: Antiquity of Purchasing Places For
Burial: Attended by Family of the Dead
Burial: Attended by Female Friends
Burial: Attended by Great Lamentation At
Burial: Attended by Hired Mourners
Burial: Attended by Numbers of Friends
Burial: Attended by Relatives and Friends of Jacob
Burial: Attended by Relatives and Friends: Abner
Burial: Attended by Relatives and Friends: Child of Jeroboam
Burial: Attended by Relatives and Friends: Stephen
Burial: Attended by Relatives and Friends: The Son of the Widow of Nain
Burial: Bier (Coffin) Used At
Burial: Burial of Gog (Multitude) Requiring Seven Months
Burial: Burying Places for Poor and Strangers
Burial: Burying Places in Caves
Burial: Burying Places in Gardens
Burial: Burying Places in Houses
Burial: Burying Places in Valleys
Burial: Burying Places of Kings
Burial: Burying Places with Shelves
Burial: Burying Places: A Place of Honor
Burial: Burying Places: And Inscriptions
Burial: Burying Places: Anyone Who Touched, Were Unclean
Burial: Burying Places: Asa
Burial: Burying Places: Bought by Abraham
Burial: Burying Places: Closed With Stones
Burial: Burying Places: Demoniacs Lived In
Burial: Burying Places: Family
Burial: Burying Places: Jacob
Burial: Burying Places: Joseph
Burial: Burying Places: King Saul's
Burial: Burying Places: Marked With Pillars, Rachel's
Burial: Burying Places: On Hills
Burial: Burying Places: Painted and Garnished
Burial: Burying Places: Refused to the Dead
Burial: Burying Places: Robbed
Burial: Burying Places: Sealed
Burial: Burying Places: Under Trees, Deborah's
Burial: Design of
Burial: Directions Given About, Before Death by Jacob
Burial: Directions Given About, Before Death by Joseph
Burial: Followed by a Feast
Burial: Frequently Prepared and Pointed out During Life
Burial: Held in High Veneration
Burial: Illustrative of Regeneration
Burial: Lack of, a Disgrace
Burial: Members of a Family Interred in the Same
Burial: Often Desecrated by Idolatry
Burial: Often Took Place Immediately After Death
Burial: Orations Sometimes Made At
Burial: Perfumes Burned At
Burial: Pillars Erected On
Burial: Places Used for Caves Hewn out of Rocks
Burial: Places Used for Gardens
Burial: Places Used for Houses of the Deceased
Burial: Places Used for Natural Caves
Burial: Places Used for The City of David for the Kings of Judah
Burial: Places Used for Tops of the Hills
Burial: Places Used for Under Trees
Burial: Privation of, Considered a Calamity
Burial: Privation of, Threatened As a Punishment
Burial: Probable Origin of
Burial: Provided for Aliens and Strangers
Burial: Provided for the Common People
Burial: Rites of
Burial: Sometimes had Inscriptions
Burial: Sometimes not Apparent
Burial: Soon After Death
Burial: The Body Was: Anointed For
Burial: The Body Was: Carried on a Bier To
Burial: The Body Was: Preserved With Spices
Burial: The Body Was: Sometimes Burned Before
Burial: The Body Was: Washed Before
Burial: The Body Was: Wound in Linen For
Burial: The Jews Anxious to be Interred in Their Family Places of
Burial: The Right of all Nations
Burial: Tombs Erected Over
Burial: Visited by Sorrowing Friends
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