Nov 1, 2001
Modifying a place to suit proposed compatible uses.
Without culture or civilised standards.
Continuing Use of Graves
Going out, or exit.
All the physical material of a place.
A landscape design style characterised by garden-like open spaces and often 'curvilinear' paths and plantings.
Made Holy; set apart for God.
Funerary ornaments, usually in the form of a floral wreath or posy, made of ceramic and metal.
Limited tenure allows the 're-use of graves' after a specified period of time - identified by relevant state or territory legislation, where legislation exists. Graves can be re-used by unrelated persons.
Majority customs and moral views of a group or community.
City of the dead; a large cemetery.
An account of the life of the deceased.
Maintaining the 'fabric' of a place in its existing state and retarding further deterioration.
Returning a place as nearly as possible to a known earlier state. This process is distinguished by the introduction of materials (new or old) into the 'fabric'. The process is not to be confused with either 're-creation' or 'conjectural reconstruction'.
Re-Use of Graves
A Holy place.
Cut off the top or end.
An underground chamber for burial.