sepulchral stone

sepulchral stone
1. могильный камень
2. надгробный камень

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  • cist — I. /sɪst/ (say sist) noun (in ancient Rome and Greece) a box or chest, especially for sacred utensils. {Latin cista, from Greek kistē chest} II. /sɪst/ (say sist) noun a prehistoric sepulchral stone tomb or casket. Also, kist. {Welsh, from Latin… …  

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