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Vide etiam paginam discretivam: Coemeterium (discretiva)

Via sepulcralis in Sinis.

Sepulcretum,[1] vel coemeterium,[2] (Graece κοιμητήριον) est terra ubi corpora mortuorum sepulta sunt.

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  • Carmack, Sharon DeBartolo. 2002. Your Guide to Cemetery Research. Betterway Books. ISBN 978-1558705890.
  • Carroll, Andrew. 2013. Here Is Where: Discovering America's Great Forgotten History. Novi Eboraci: Crown Archetype. ISBN 978-0307463999.
  • Colvin, Howard. 1991. Architecture and the After-Life. Portu Novo: Yale University Press.
  • Curl, James Stevens. 2002. Death and Architecture. Glocestriae?: Sutton.
  • Etlin, Richard A. 1984. The Architecture of Death: the transformation of the cemetery in eighteenth-century Paris. Cantabrigiae Massachusettae: MIT Press.
  • Flanders, Judith. 2014. The Victorian City: Everyday Life in Dickens' London. Novi Eboraci: Thomas Dunne Books. ISBN 978-1250040213.
  • Forman, Richard T. T. 2014. Urban Ecology: Science of Cities. Cantabrigiae: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-1107007000.
  • Grossman, Janet Burnett. 2001. Greek Funerary Sculpture: Catalogue of the Collection at the Getty Villa. Angelopolis: J. Paul Getty Museum.
  • Harney, Marion. 2014. Gardens and Landscapes in Historic Building Conservation. Chichester, West Sussex: John Wiley & Sons. ISBN 978-1118508121.
  • Hodgson, Larry. 2001. The Garden Lover's Guide to Canada. Novi Eboraci: Princeton Architectural Press. ISBN 978-1568982793.
  • Keels, Thomas H. 2003. Philadelphia Graveyards and Cemeteries. Carolopoli Carolinae Meridianae: Arcadia. ISBN 978-0738512297.
  • Lauwers, Michel. 2005. Naissance du cimetière: Lieux sacrés et terre des morts dans l'Occident médiéval. Lutetiae: éd. Aubier. ISBN 2-7007-2251-5.
  • Lee Decker, Charles H. 2000. Preparing for an Afterlife of Earth: The Transformation of Mortuary Behavior in Nineteenth-Century North America. In International Handbook of Historical Archaeology, ed. Tertesita Majewski et David Gaimster. Novi Eboraci: Springer. ISBN 978-0387720685.
  • Meuser, Helmut. 2010. Contaminated Urban Soils. Dordrecht Nederlandiae: Springer. ISBN 978-9048193271.
  • Mickey, Thomas J. 2013. America's Romance With the English Garden. Athenis Ohii: Ohio University Press. ISBN 978-0821420355.
  • Mytum, Harold. 2004. Mortuary Monuments and Burial Grounds of the Historic Period. Novi Eboraci: Kluwer Academic Publishing. ISBN 978-0306480751.
  • Nonini, Donald Macon. 2014. A Companion to Urban Anthropology. Maldeniae Massachusettae: Wiley-Blackwell. ISBN 978-1118378649.
  • Salisbury, Mike. From My Death May Life Come Forth: A Feasibility Study of the Woodland Cemetery in Canada. Earthartist.com.
  • Taylor, Richard, et Alistair Allen. 2006. Waste Disposal and Landfill: Potential Hazards and Information Needs. In Protecting Groundwater for Health: Managing the Quality of Drinking-Water Sources, ed. Oliver Schmoll, Guy Howard, John Chilton, et Ingrid Chorus. Cornwall: World Health Organisation. ISBN 978-1843390794.
  • Thomas, Jeannie B. 2003. Naked Barbies, Warrior Joes, and Other Forms of Visible Gender. Urbanae Illinoesiae: University of Illinois Press. ISBN 978-0252028540.
  • Upton, Dell. 1997. The Urban Cemetery and the Urban Community: The Origin of the New Orleans Cemetery. In Exploring Everyday Landscapes, ed. Annmarie Adams et Sally Ann McMurry. Knoxville Tennesiae: University of Tennessee Press. ISBN 978-0870499838.
  • Vercelloni, Matteo, et Virgilio Vercelloni. 2010. Inventing the Garden. Angelopoli: J. Paul Getty Museum. ISBN 978-1606060476.
  • Worpole, Ken. 2003. Last Landscapes: the architecture of the cemetery in the West. Londinii: Reaktion Books. ISBN 978-1861891617.

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