How To Use Necropolis In A Sentence

  • Among those buried in the necropolis was a set designer for Pompey's Theater, notorious for being near the spot where Julius Caesar was stabbed to death. DesignerBlog
  • This car dealer, based near Modena, has decided to preserve a Roman necropolis discovered during construction work for his new location and to make a museum out of it.
  • The duke tombs from the vicinity of Ohrid, for the archaeology the famous necropolis from Trebenishte, among the many rich finds of jewelry, weapons, pottery, a special position is given to the toreutic products especially the great representative bronze krater.
  • Just 300 metres away are the latest archeological excavations of a necropolis dating back 3000 years…
  • Will of Necropolis no longer grants expertise and now lowers Anti - Magic Shell cooldown.
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  • Ghost Dragons are the most powerful creature of the Necropolis.
  • The aerial campaigns turned many German cities into vast necropolises, resulting in an estimated 600,000 (primarily civilian) deaths and millions of internal refugees.
  • Necropolis Awakened needed a rewrite and a recasting to work as something special.
  • Rehabilitating the necropolis is clearly a priority with the culture department, and it is obvious that any sustainable effort in this regard can only be done in conjunction with the Tourism department.
  • They are particularly keen on the Necropolis, the old boneyard that sprawls across the boundary between city centre and east end.
  • It studied the cultural level of a chalcolithic population centre and its adjacent necropolis.
  • This atlas is an interactive mosaic of 14 aerial photographs of the Necropolis from 1979. Archive 2007-02-01
  • Further, in many cases temple overseers were laymen attached to other state services, and the necropolis workmen (a state body) were frequently given food provisions by the temples.
  • One of the most interesting objects in Sikyatki food basins from the necropolis was a comparatively well preserved rattle of a rattlesnake. Archeological Expedition to Arizona in 1895 Seventeenth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1895-1896, Government Printing Office, Washington, 1898, pages 519-744
  • Nowhere is this more apparent than Westminster abbey, which he established as the royal necropolis.
  • In 1715," relates Dom Martin, "one Sieur Heribel exhumed in the vicinity of Bayeux, several argil vases full of bones, and concluded (in accordance with tradition and authorities which had disappeared) that this place, a necropolis, was the Mount Faunus in which the Golden Calf is buried. Bouvard and Pécuchet A Tragi-comic Novel of Bourgeois Life
  • Will of Necropolis no longer grants expertise and now lowers Anti - Magic Shell cooldown.
  • Unfortunately, it's common for exhaustion or storms to defeat many birds before they make it home and they can often be found in large numbers on their sandy necropolises.
  • They battled a fight already lost in the necropolis of what these teenagers knew as home, that was now nothing more then an ocean of volcanic emission.
  • Egyptian authorities say archeologists have found an ancient tomb that suggests another necropolis is yet to be discovered near the Great Pyramids of Giza. Archeologists in Egypt Uncover Ancient Tomb
  • By many this isolated rock is considered the arx or citadel of Veii; but the existence of so many sepulchral caves in it is, as Mr. Dennis says, conclusive of the fact that it was the Necropolis of the ancient city, which must therefore, according to Etruscan and Roman usage regarding the interment of the dead, have been outside the walls. Roman Mosaics Or, Studies in Rome and Its Neighbourhood
  • In 1964, a group of archaeologists discovered an Egyptian tomb in the necropolis of Saqqara.
  • In all, it is enough memorialising to make you see Lower Manhattan as one vast necropolis.
  • This vast necropolis of some two and a half million tombs, some with fractured columns and chipped headstones, still bears witness to the ferocity of second world-war bombing raids.
  • Abydos cemetery is one of the predynastic and early-dynastic necropolis in ancient Egypt.
  • Countless pyramids, obelisks and urns, rising far and wide above the cedars and cypresses, showed the extent of the splendid necropolis, which is inhabited by pale, shrouded emigrants from its living sister below. Views a-foot
  • It is located in the city of Giza, a necropolis of ancient Memphis, and today it is part of Cairo, Egypt.
  • The remodelled market is the most recent layer in a rich architectural geology that dates back to a Roman necropolis, unearthed during excavations for the new building.
  • His first day in the necropolis seemed to endure forever also. THEBES OF THE HUNDRED GATES
  • In Ethiopia the concept of tombs has been traced back 3,700 years with the discovery of a stone necropolis in the south-eastern area of Awash Chercher.
  • Yet Brown’s response to the loss of one who was trying to make as good a fist as possible of the post of defence procurement is to appoint a political cadaver from the Necropolis of the ‘Winter of Discontent’. Brown's Dereliction of A Duty Of Care
  • Curse mage cities The Staff of the Netherworld is a powerful artifact which can curse a whole town, converting it into a Necropolis.
  • Now, from the window of his home in Dennistoun he can see the serried tombs of the wealthy dead in the city's Necropolis.
  • One female mummy was found wearing a gilded mask, a rare treasure at the site known as the necropolis of Deir el-Banat. Archive 2008-01-01
  • So Dominique and Hannelore excavated a trench perpendicular to the eastern part of the NW necropolis, which is interpreted as a degraded active normal fault plane. Interactive Dig Sagalassos 2003 - Seismological Studies Report 1
  • They were to lie at rest in specially designed and constructed necropolises.
  • To-day they are the only landmarks of this necropolis, which is nearly six miles in length, and was formerly covered by temples of a magnificence and a vastness unimaginable to the minds of our day. Egypt (La Mort de Philae)

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