Funeral Directing Set 11(FSE2060)
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Inter (Inhume)
- Interment (Burial, Inhumement)
- a From the Latin (sepulcrum): burial place to tomb.
- b The act of placing the dead human body in the ground.
- c To bury in the ground.
- d A chamber in a mausoleum, of sufficient size, generally used to contain the casketed remains of a deceased person.
- e An act of disinterring human remains.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- One's relatives collectively; referring to blood relationship (legally does not include the surviving spouse).
- An excavation in the earth as a place for interment.
- A recess or space in a columbarium used for the permanent placing of cremated remains.
- An erection of stone or other material commemorating the life, deeds or career of some deceased person.
- An emotion brought about by separation (death).
5 True/False Questions
Inurnment → An erection of stone or other material commemorating the life, deeds or career of some deceased person.
Entombment → Placing remains of deceased person in crypt, vault or tomb (in mausoleum).
Lowering Device → Mechanical device employed to lower a casket, box or vault into the grave.
Immediate Disposition → Any disposition of a human remains which is completely devoid of any form of funeral rite at the time of disposition.
Cremate/Cremation → A furnace or retort for cremating dead human bodies; a building that houses a retort.