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Question 1: ________ (including Chamber tombs) – prehistoric places of interment, often for large communities, constructed of large stones and originally covered with an earthen mound
MegalithStonehengeDolmenSt Lythans burial chamber

Question 2: Sarcophagi – stone containers for bodies or ________, often decorated and perhaps part of a monument; these may stand within religious buildings or greater tombs or mausolea
CremationCemeteryCoffinBurial

Question 3: The tomb of Emperor Nintoku (the 16th emperor of ________) is the largest in the world by area.
CanadaUnited KingdomCambodiaJapan

Question 4: However, the Pyramid of Khufu in ________ is the largest by volume.
CyprusEgyptSyriaMorocco

Question 5: Architectural shrines – in ________, an architectural shrine above a saint's first place of burial, as opposed to a similar shrine on which stands a reliquary or feretory into which the saint's remains have been transferred
EcumenismChristianityBaptistChristian denomination

Question 6: Martyria - Mausolea for the remains of martyrs, such as ________
RaphaelRomeSan Pietro in MontorioCaravaggio
















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