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Full Record: x-16634/16634

Etruscan tombs, note building-like form; ca. 6th c. BC. (Original teaching slide code: JER-3)

35mm slide: 20605

Architecture: Funerary

Full Record: x-16678/16678

Kerma, Upper Nubia. Classic Kerma, "Eastern Defuffa", royal tumulus (KIII) and mortuary temple. (Original teaching slide code: JR-20)

1978

35mm slide: 20600

Book Citation: "Africa in Antiquity: The Arts of Ancient Nubia and the Sudan," by Steffen Wenig; Fig. 34, p. 58. Brooklyn, NY: Brooklyn Museum, 1978.

Architecture: Funerary; Architecture: Religious/ritual

Full Record: x-13145/13145

Turkistan: Bukhara walls and a group of tombs.

1958

35mm slide: 8030

Book Citation: "Alone Through the Forbidden Land; Journeys in Disguise Through Soviet Central Asia," by Gustav Krist; Fig. 30. London: Readers' Union/Faber and Faber, 1939.

Architecture: Funerary; Architecture: Wall (non-defensive)

Full Record: x-29257/29257

Indian Charnel House. Painting by John White.

1984

Book Citation: "America 1585: The Complete Drawings of John White," by Paul Hulton; Pl. 38. Chapel Hill and London: The University of North Carolina Press and British Museum Publications, 1984.

Architecture: Funerary; Text/Graphic/Model: Ethnohistoric text/illustration

Full Record: x-3898/3898

Tumulus near Nara (Konabe), Japan.

35mm slide: 2836

Book Citation: "Ancient Burial Mounds of Japan," by Romyn Hitchcock; Pl. 39. In: The Report of the U.S. National Museum for 1891. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1892.

Architecture: Funerary; Architecture: Mound/tell; Cultural Landscape: Site overview

Full Record: x-16685/16685

Abydos, Egypt. Enclosure of Khasekhemwy, monumental mudbrick building, ca. 2700 BC. (Original teaching slide code: JR-7)

35mm slide: 20587

Book Citation: "Ancient Egyptian Autobiographies Chiefly of the Middle Kingdom: A Study and An Anthology," by Miriam Lichtheim; Fig. 11, 12, Pl. VIII. Fribourg, Switzerland: Biblical Institute of the University of Fribourg Switzerland, 1988.

Architecture: Funerary

Full Record: x-1987/1987

Kazak tomb.

35mm slide: 710

Book Citation: "Aziatskaia Rossiia, Vol. 1," by Pereselencheskoe Upravlenīe; p. 163. St. Petersburg: Tovarishchestv, A.F. Marks, 1914.

Architecture: Funerary; Geographic Feature: Mountain(s)/escarpments

Full Record: x-20106/20106

Brangenberg Group, Mound no. 2, Calhoun County, Illinois. Limestone slabs around central chamber of Mound 2; unopened grave, looking east. University of Illinois negative.

Nov. 1941

Lantern slide: 2170

Book Citation: "Contributions to the archaeology of the Illinois River Valley," by Frank C. Baker, et al; Fig. 1, Pl. 42. In: Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, New Series, Vol. 32, Part 1. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, November 1941.

Architecture: Funerary

Brangenberg Group, Mound no. 1, Calhoun County, Illinois. Close-up of burial chamber and crushed and broken human bones removed from the central area; end view of open grave, looking north. University of Illinois negative.

Nov. 1941

Lantern slide: 2172

Book Citation: "Contributions to the archaeology of the Illinois River Valley," by Frank C. Baker, et al; Fig. 3, Pl. 41. In: Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, New Series, Vol. 32, Part 1. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, November 1941.

Architecture: Funerary; Feature: Burial/cremation(s); Human Remains: Burial/Cremation(s)- in situ

Full Record: x-10406/10406

Denmark, (2300-2000 BC), Megalithic passage grave. Neolithic

35mm slide: 4432

Book Citation: "Danmarks Oldtid, Vol. 1," by Johannes Brøndsted; Fig. 149, p. 205. Kobenhavn, Gyldendalske boghandel, Nordisk forlag, 1938.

Architecture: Funerary

Denmark, (1800-1500 BC), Cist-graves. Neolithic.

35mm slide: 4434

Book Citation: "Danmarks Oldtid, Vol. 1," by Johannes Brøndsted; Fig. 246, p. 289. Kobenhavn, Gyldendalske boghandel, Nordisk forlag, 1938.

Architecture: Funerary; Feature: Burial/cremation(s); Human Remains: Burial/Cremation(s)- in situ

Full Record: x-29370/29370

The tomb of their weroans or chief lords. An engraving of Theodore De Bry. Based on the drawings of John White. Originally published as "The First English in Virginia between 1590 and 1634."

1976

Book Citation: "Discovering the New World Based on the Works of Theodore de Bry," edited by Michael Alexander; p. 86. New York: Harper Row, 1976.

Architecture: Funerary; Text/Graphic/Model: Ethnohistoric text/illustration

Full Record: x-16674/16674

Aniba, Lower Nubia. C-Group cemetery, cist tumuli superstructures and sandstone stelae. (Original teaching slide code: JR-17)

1991

35mm slide: 20597

Book Citation: "Egypt and Nubia," by John H. Taylor; p.14. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1991.

Architecture: Funerary; Architecture: Monument/megalith

Full Record: x-5924/5924

Relationships between A-I and A-II; and A-I and A-II . Kaminaljuyú, Guatemala

1946

35mm slide: 15635

Book Citation: "Excavations at Kaminaljuyu, Guatemala," by Alfred V. Kidder, Jesse Jennings, and Edwin Shook; Fig. 1. In: Carnegie Institution Publication Series, No. 561. Washington, D.C.: Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1946.

Architecture: Funerary; Text/Graphic/Model: Other

Full Record: x-347/347

Mound before excavation. Mound B, looking east from Mound A the length of the football field, 1936. In center foreground excavations outlining the foundations of a small structure that had been almost completely razed in leveling the field. Here was found a large frog effigy of pumic. At left the Guatemala-Mexico highway.

35mm slide: 868

Book Citation: "Excavations at Kaminaljuyu, Guatemala," by Alfred V. Kidder, Jesse Jennings, and Edwin Shook; Fig. 117. In: Carnegie Institution Publication Series, No. 561. Washington, D.C.: Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1946.

Architecture: Funerary; Architecture: House or other domestic structure; Cultural Landscape: Site overview

Full Record: x-7748/7748

Emperor Jintoku's tomb, Nara, Japan.

35mm slide: 2837

Book Citation: "Nihon Kokogaku Nyumon," edited by Harada Yoshito; Fig. 113. Tokyo: Yoshikawa Kobunkan. 1950.

Architecture: Funerary; Cultural Landscape: Site overview

Full Record: x-3897/3897

Tomb size in Japan, China, and Egypt.

35mm slide: 2835

Book Citation: "Nihon No Guns Ga Dekiru Made. Me De Miru Nihon Shi," by Kenji Takahashi; Fig. 114. Tokyo: Nihon Hyoronsha, 1950.

Architecture: Funerary; Text/Graphic/Model: Building plan/elevation

Full Record: x-7757/7757

Passage grave, Shimanosho, Yamato, Japan.

35mm slide: 2846

Book Citation: "Nihon no Kofunbo," by Sueji Umehara; Pl. 3. Nara-ken Tanbaichi-cho: Yotokusha, 1947.

Architecture: Funerary

Full Record: x-16667/16667

Abydos, Egypt. Middle class funerary chapels, 12th Dynasty, ca. 1970 BC. Northern Cemetery excavations (Original teaching slide code: JR-10)

35mm slide: 20590

Book Citation: "Society and Death in Ancient Egypt: Mortuary Landscapes of the Middle Kingdom, " by Janet Richards; Fig. 76, p. 163. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2005. :: photographer_original

Architecture: Funerary; Architecture: Religious/ritual

Full Record: x-12711/12711

Old and new in Istanbul; ancient grave stones, modern apartments, Turkey.

35mm slide: 7543

Book Citation: "Turkey, Old and New," by Selma Ekrem; p. 157. New York: C. Scribner's Sons, 1947.

Architecture: City/town/neighborhood/precinct; Architecture: Funerary; Architecture: House or other domestic structure

Full Record: x-12739/12739

Ancient graveyards of Hittites near Fethiye. Turkey.

35mm slide: 7571

Book Citation: "Turkey, Old and New," by Selma Ekrem; p. 48. New York: C. Scribner's Sons, 1947.

Architecture: Funerary

Full Record: x-23219/23219

Burial pits covered- west of Mound P, 02/18/37 (Mound State Museum #3448)

Feb., 1937

35mm slide: 17299

Museum: Mound State Museum

Architecture: Funerary

Full Record: x-20112/20112

Mound No. 1, Brangenberg Group, Calhoun County, Illinois. Grave unopened looking north. University of Illinois negative.

Lantern slide: 2171

Museum: University of Illinois

Architecture: Funerary

Full Record: x-12037/12037

Carnac (Morbihan), France. Christianized Dolmen de Cruz-Moquen

1954

35mm slide: 6850

Photographer (Original): Berry, Pierre E.

Architecture: Funerary

Full Record: x-12038/12038

Carnac (Morbihan), France. Tumulus St. Michel.

1954

35mm slide: 6851

Photographer (Original): Berry, Pierre E.

Architecture: Funerary

Full Record: x-12039/12039

Carnac (Morbihan), France. Tumulus St. Michel, looking northeast.

1954

35mm slide: 6852

Photographer (Original): Berry, Pierre E.

Architecture: Funerary

Full Record: x-12040/12040

Carnac (Morbihan), France. Tumulus St. Michel,

1954

35mm slide: 6853

Photographer (Original): Berry, Pierre E.

Architecture: Funerary

Full Record: x-12041/12041

Carnac (Morbihan), France. Dolmen de Kerluir. In background: Tumulus St. Michel

1954

35mm slide: 6854

Photographer (Original): Berry, Pierre E.

Architecture: Funerary

Full Record: x-12042/12042

Carnae (Morbihan), France. Dolmen de Kerluir

1954

35mm slide: 6855

Photographer (Original): Berry, Pierre E.

Architecture: Funerary

Full Record: x-12047/12047

Carnac (Morbihan), France. Menec Cromlech; west end, looking East.

1954

35mm slide: 6860

Photographer (Original): Berry, Pierre E.

Architecture: Funerary

Full Record: x-12050/12050

Carnac (Morbihan), France. Kermario Dolmen, looking West. This Dolmen is located at the West end of the Alignments.

1954

35mm slide: 6863

Photographer (Original): Berry, Pierre E.

Architecture: Funerary

Full Record: x-12051/12051

Carnac (Morbihan), France. Kermario Dolmen, looking North-East.

1954

35mm slide: 6864

Photographer (Original): Berry, Pierre E.

Architecture: Funerary

Full Record: x-12052/12052

Carnac (Morbihan), France. Tumulus de Kercado. The Tumulus covers a Passage Grave (Dolmen á Galerie). The base of the Tumulus is encircled by small menhirs, and at the top of the Tumulus there is an indicator-menhir.

1954

35mm slide: 6865

Photographer (Original): Berry, Pierre E.

Architecture: Funerary

Full Record: x-12055/12055

Plouharnel (Morbihan), France. Kergavat Dolmen

1954

35mm slide: 6868

Photographer (Original): Berry, Pierre E.

Architecture: Funerary

Full Record: x-12057/12057

Gavrinis Island (Morbihan), France. The Island and the Tumulus.

1954

35mm slide: 6870

Photographer (Original): Berry, Pierre E.

Architecture: Funerary; Geographic Feature: Waterbodies and associated landforms

Full Record: x-12058/12058

Er Lannic Island (Morbihan), France. The Island and the partly submerged 8-shaped cromlech.

1954

35mm slide: 6871

Photographer (Original): Berry, Pierre E.

Architecture: Funerary; Geographic Feature: Waterbodies and associated landforms

Full Record: x-17909/17909

Michigan. Sugar Island, tombstone from cemetery next to Father Baraga's Jesuit Mission Church.

1968

35mm slide: 12539

Photographer (Original): Bigony, Beatrice A.

Architecture: Funerary

Giza, Egypt. Sphinx and Pyramid of Khafre, 4th Dynasty Old Kingdom royal mortuary complex. (Original teaching slide code: JR-8)

1988

35mm slide: 20588

Photographer (Original): Brenda J. Baker

Architecture: Funerary; Architecture: Monument/megalith

Full Record: x-16773/16773

Tomb of Ghiyas-ud-din-Tughluq, note fortifications. (Original teaching slide code: RB-15) 14th century

35mm slide: 20364

Photographer (Original): Brubaker, Robert

Architecture: Fortification; Architecture: Funerary

Full Record: x-16774/16774

Humayun's tomb. (Original teaching slide code: RB-16). Mughal, AD 1500 - 1599

35mm slide: 20365

Photographer (Original): Brubaker, Robert

Architecture: Funerary

Full Record: x-16775/16775

Taj Mahal. Mughal, AD 1600 - 1699

35mm slide: 20366

Photographer (Original): Brubaker, Robert

Architecture: Funerary

Full Record: x-16776/16776

Safdarjang's tomb. (Original teaching slide code: RB-18). Mughal, AD 1700 - 1799

35mm slide: 20367

Photographer (Original): Brubaker, Robert

Architecture: Funerary

Full Record: x-1743/1743

Mitla -- entry to tomb in subterranean patio group.

1946

35mm slide: 476

Photographer (Original): Collins, Kins

Architecture: Funerary

Full Record: x-1744/1744

Mitla -- Tomb interior.

1946

35mm slide: 477

Photographer (Original): Collins, Kins

Architecture: Funerary

Full Record: x-1968/1968

Monte Alban - court surrounded by rooms. Tomb entrance in center.

1946

35mm slide: 691

Photographer (Original): Collins, Kins

Architecture: Funerary; Architecture: Religious/ritual

Full Record: x-4232/4232

Stairway to subterranean tomb. Facing east. Mitla, Oaxaca, Mexico.

35mm slide: 3343

Photographer (Original): Collins, Kins

Architecture: Funerary

Full Record: x-4233/4233

Entrance to stairway to subterranean tomb, facing east. Mitla, Oaxaca, Mexico.

35mm slide: 3344

Photographer (Original): Collins, Kins

Architecture: Funerary

Full Record: x-4234/4234

Wall of tomb below ground. Subterranean Group. Mitla, Oaxaca, Mexico.

35mm slide: 3345

Photographer (Original): Collins, Kins

Architecture: Funerary; Art: Architectural elements

Full Record: x-4240/4240

Entrance to tomb 104, Funerary urn in nitch over door. Monte Alban, Period III

35mm slide: 3351

Photographer (Original): Collins, Kins

Architecture: Funerary; Art: Architectural elements

Full Record: x-12901/12901

Tombstone, Mevlana Museum, Konya, Turkey.

1957

35mm slide: 7770

Photographer (Original): Dönmez, Ahmet

Architecture: Funerary