Steel Metal Coffin Handles Antique Brass Die Casting Electornic Plating
Zamak handle for coffin
Coffin handle HM002
Die casting and electornic plating
Handle attached on coffin by bolt and nut
MOQ : 2000pcs
Finish: gold, antique brass or antique copper
Package: 1pc/pp bag, 100pcs per bag
High polished in gold color
High quality and competitive price
Christians (self-described) by region
(Pew Research Center, 2011)
|Middle East–North Africa||12,710,000||3.7|
In many cultures, human corpses were usually buried in soil. The roots of burial as a practice reach back into the Middle Palaeolithic and coincide with the appearance ofHomo neanderthalensis and Homo sapiens, in Europe and Africa respectively. As a result, burial grounds are found throughout the world. Through time, mounds of earth,temples, and underground caverns were used to store the dead bodies of ancestors.
In modern times, the custom of burying dead people below ground, with a stone marker to indicate the burial place, is used in most cultures; although other means such as cremation are becoming more popular in the West (cremation is the norm in India and mandatory in Japan).
Some burial practices are heavily ritualized; others are simply practical.
Marking the location of the burial
Most modern cultures mark the location of the body with a headstone. This serves two purposes. First, the grave will not accidentally be exhumed. Second, headstones often contain information or tributes to deceased. This is a form of remembrance for loved ones; it can also be viewed as a form of immortality, especially in cases of famous people's graves. Such monumental inscriptions may subsequently be useful to genealogists and family historians.
In many cultures graves will be grouped, so the monuments make up a necropolis, a "city of the dead" paralleling the community of the living.
HM002 metal coffin handle, back
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