Native american burial sites dating back
The ancient Hebrews used natural single-chamber caves and hewed oblong recesses lengthwise into the walls to accommodate the dead, a custom that encouraged the building of mausoleums.
At first regarded as sacred places, they came to be considered unclean.
Grave burial, or inhumation, may be simple or elaborate.
Some Eskimo people cover the corpse with a pile of stones or, if stones are not available, with a small ice igloo.
In Babylon and Sumer, the sleeping position was reserved for the more exalted; servants killed and buried with their rulers were placed in a crouching position so that they would be ready to serve at royal command.
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You can visit this Native American burial site at 1028 S Court St., Florence, AL 35630.