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Question 1: What does the following picture show?

  Headstone of Mary Mann Page, Rosewell Plantation, Gloucester County, Virginia. 1707
  An example of how old broken gravestones are reused, in this case as paving
  Hebrew inscriptions on gravestones in Prague.
  Sofi Hamid Cemetery in Azerbaijan

Question 2: What does the following picture show?

  Elaborately carved grave slab at Shebbear (Devon, England) showing a skull sprouting flowering shoots, as a symbol of resurrection
  Captain Andrew Drake (1684-1743) sandstone tombstone from the Stelton Baptist Church Cemetery in Edison, New Jersey
  Sofi Hamid Cemetery in Azerbaijan
  Jarvis Andrew Lattin (1853-1941) granite tombstone from Powell Cemetery in Farmingdale, New York

Question 3: What does the following picture show?

  Matthew Noble's gravestone, Brompton Cemetery, London
  Unconventional tombstone in the Cemetery Park of the "Freireligiöse Gemeinde" in Berlin, Prenzlauer Berg. Tree stump headstones in U.S. cemeteries are often associated with fraternal organization Woodmen of the World.
  Marble headstone of a couple buried together in Singapore, showing an arched emblem, signifying the reunification with one's partner in heaven. Within the arch is a statue of Jesus Christ
  An example of how old broken gravestones are reused, in this case as paving

Question 4: What does the following picture show?

  PETA’s grave marker protest
  Gravestone showing death date of 1639, Wormshill.
  Jarvis Andrew Lattin (1853-1941) granite tombstone from Powell Cemetery in Farmingdale, New York
  Marble headstone of a couple buried together in Singapore, showing an arched emblem, signifying the reunification with one's partner in heaven. Within the arch is a statue of Jesus Christ

Question 5: What does the following picture show?

  Hebrew inscriptions on gravestones in Prague.
  Elaborately carved grave slab at Shebbear (Devon, England) showing a skull sprouting flowering shoots, as a symbol of resurrection
  Jarvis Andrew Lattin (1853-1941) granite tombstone from Powell Cemetery in Farmingdale, New York

Question 6: What does the following picture show?

  Gravestone showing death date of 1639, Wormshill.
  Marble headstone of a couple buried together in Singapore, showing an arched emblem, signifying the reunification with one's partner in heaven. Within the arch is a statue of Jesus Christ
  Matthew Noble's gravestone, Brompton Cemetery, London
  Captain Andrew Drake (1684-1743) sandstone tombstone from the Stelton Baptist Church Cemetery in Edison, New Jersey

Question 7: What does the following picture show?

  Hebrew inscriptions on gravestones in Prague.
  Marble headstone of a couple buried together in Singapore, showing an arched emblem, signifying the reunification with one's partner in heaven. Within the arch is a statue of Jesus Christ
  PETA’s grave marker protest

Question 8: What does the following picture show?

  Gravestone showing death date of 1639, Wormshill.
  Headstone of Mary Mann Page, Rosewell Plantation, Gloucester County, Virginia. 1707
  PETA’s grave marker protest
  Sofi Hamid Cemetery in Azerbaijan

Question 9: What does the following picture show?

  An example of how old broken gravestones are reused, in this case as paving
  Matthew Noble's gravestone, Brompton Cemetery, London
  Marble headstone of a couple buried together in Singapore, showing an arched emblem, signifying the reunification with one's partner in heaven. Within the arch is a statue of Jesus Christ
  PETA’s grave marker protest

Question 10: What does the following picture show?

  Headstone of Mary Mann Page, Rosewell Plantation, Gloucester County, Virginia. 1707
  Matthew Noble's gravestone, Brompton Cemetery, London
  Granite tombstone of Josiah Leavitt (1679–1717), Hingham Center Cemetery, Hingham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts
  Headstone of Mary Mann Page, Rosewell Plantation, Gloucester County, Virginia. 1707







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