necropolis

[ nuh-krop-uh-lis, ne- ]SEE DEFINITION OF necropolis
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Through such as these Rome has come to be spoken of as the Necropolis of the Living.

He died in 1837, and his remains were consigned to the Necropolis of the city.

But the Necropolis Company, whether it knows it or not, did not found the tradition.

Nor call I devise what Apion would have said, had their habitation been at Necropolis?

Does the paraschites live to the north or south of the Necropolis?

The Necropolis has been robbed to form the collections of Salt, Drouetti, and others.

No, he was blowed if he'd let himself be hurried down to the Necropolis like this.

Of the singular suburb styled the Necropolis or "city of the dead," nothing remains.

We then came to the Necropolis of St. Miniato, a church considered to be one of the oldest on the continent.

The Arab who forced open your royal tomb, in the subterranean pits of the Necropolis of Thebes, was sent there by him.

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