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sepulcrum or sepulchrum ī, n

cf. sepelio, a place where a corpse is buried, burial-place, grave, tomb, sepulchre : leges de sepulcris: patrium: sepulcri Mitte supervacuos honores, H.: sepulcri monumento donatus est, N.: corpus exsangue sepulchro Reddidit, V.: sepulcrorum sanctitas: sepulcra legens, i. e. the epitaphs.—A place where a corpse is burned : ad sepulcrum venimus, T.: aram sepulcri Congerere (i. e. rogum), V.A cenotaph : Absenti ferat inferias, decoretque sepulchro, V.Plur, the dead : placatis sepulchris, O.: muta, Ct.

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