This article reviews the funerary rituals of the main royal hous-es of the world, combining historical data with anthropological information, with a focus on the British Royal Family. Parallels are drawn between past cultures and modern societies, with ref-erence to treatment of corpses and preservative practices.

Habicht M.E., Varotto E., Pate F.D., Smith D.L., Galassi F.M. (2024). Royal Funerals and Coronations: an Anthropological Overview from “The Gold Falcon has Flown to his Akhet” to “London Bridge Down”. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ANTHROPOLOGY, 39(1-2), 89-128 [10.14673/IJA2024121119].

Royal Funerals and Coronations: an Anthropological Overview from “The Gold Falcon has Flown to his Akhet” to “London Bridge Down”

Varotto E.
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2024-01-01

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This article reviews the funerary rituals of the main royal hous-es of the world, combining historical data with anthropological information, with a focus on the British Royal Family. Parallels are drawn between past cultures and modern societies, with ref-erence to treatment of corpses and preservative practices.
2024
Settore BIO/08 - Antropologia
Settore MED/02 - Storia Della Medicina
Habicht M.E., Varotto E., Pate F.D., Smith D.L., Galassi F.M. (2024). Royal Funerals and Coronations: an Anthropological Overview from “The Gold Falcon has Flown to his Akhet” to “London Bridge Down”. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ANTHROPOLOGY, 39(1-2), 89-128 [10.14673/IJA2024121119].
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