5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Artificial Grass
- Memory Picture
- Primitive Funeral Rite
- a A funeral rite which may be construed as being identifiable with a pre-literate society.
- b The ceremony or ritual that is performed, according to prescribed customs (usually religious), in the burial of the dead.
- c An impression indelibly imprinted upon the mind.
- d An imitation of grass made in mat form and used at the cemetery to cover the earth around the grave.
- e In the Jewish faith, a seven (7) day mourning period.
5 Multiple choice questions
- To lay to rest.
- The movement at the beginning of the service.
- (From the Greek "Kenos" (empty) plus "Taphos" (tomb); a monument erected to the memory of the dead, but containing no remains.
- An arrangement made by the cemetery whereby funds are set aside, the income from which is used to maintain the cemetary plot indefinitely
- The automobile generally used for transporting of uncasketed human remains.
5 True/False questions
Eucharist → The Jewish Sabbath; begins at sundown Friday and ends at sundown Saturday.
Recessional → One who has served a prescribed period of time with the armed forces and who is no longer an active member of the armed forces.
Disposition Permit → That portion of the funeral home especially designed and equipped for embalming the dead human remains.
Cremate/Cremation → (From the Latin "Cremo," to burn). Reduction of human remains to inorganic bone fragments,
Potters Field → A piece of ground reserved as a burial place for strangers and the friendless poor.