5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Autopsy (Necropsy)
- Service Equipment
- a In the Jewish faith, the burial.
- b (From Latin and Greek "Mausoleion," the tomb of King Mausolus). A building with several tombs; a building (public or private)
- c The examination of a remains for the purpose of ascertaining the cause of death (post-mortem examination; necropsy).
- d Physical equipment used in the rendering of the service.
- e Killing of one's father.
5 Multiple choice questions
- An arrangement made by the cemetery whereby funds are set aside, the income from which is used to maintain the cemetary plot indefinitely
- Person who carries the casket during its movement within the funeral ceremonial procession (preferred term: casket bearers).
- A subdivision in a cemetery which consists of several grave or interment spaces.
- The part of the church about the altar, inside the chancel.
- A furnace or retort for cremating dead human bodies; a building that houses a retort.
5 True/False questions
Bar Minen → Placing of a remains in an underground chamber; earth burial. See Interment.
Repose → To lay to rest.
Hesped → One authorized to read the lessons and scriptures in the Church of Christ, Scientist faith.
Arrangement Form → A private room in the funeral home or mortuary used specifically for the funeral director and the family
Rosary Service → Religious ceremony conducted at visitation or wake.