Mytum, H. C. (1989). Public health and private sentiment: the development of cemetery architecture and funerary monuments from the eighteenth century onwards. World Archaeol 21. Vol 21, pp. 283-297.

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Public health and private sentiment: the development of cemetery architecture and funerary monuments from the eighteenth century onwards
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World Archaeol 21
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World Archaeology
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21
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283 - 297
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Journal
Abstract
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On the change from small crowded urban graveyards, as these became a threat to public health, to large new cemeteries with private plots and memorials which allowed ostentatious remembrance of the dead and layouts in garden form.
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Harold C Mytum ORCID icon
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1989
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Funerary Monuments (Auto Detected Subject))
Cemetery Architecture (Auto Detected Subject))
Eighteenth Century (Auto Detected Temporal)
Cemeteries (Auto Detected Subject))
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05 Dec 2008