Brief History of Golden Caskets
by Thomas Morva
made entirely of gold are very rare. When they are found, they are usually
priceless artifacts of historical significance. In the modern day, some
people choose to buy caskets with decorative golden inlays.
is important to keep in mind that not all caskets are used in burial or
funerals. Some are used merely as containers for jewelry or artifacts.
Golden caskets often have a religious significance. Many relics from
Buddhism and Christianity are kept in elaborate golden caskets. For
example, the thirty-three relics of Buddha are stored in golden caskets
around the world. These relics range from items that Buddha used to some
of his teeth and his collarbone. Most of the Buddha relics are housed in
museums and are rarely displayed to the public.
ancient Egyptians often used golden caskets to entomb the mummies of
Pharaohs and other important public figures. The ancient Egyptians
believed that people could take their possessions with them to the
afterlife and would bury a person's belongings and pets with them. The
Pharaohs' servants were often killed and buried when the Pharaoh died in
order to continue their service in the afterlife. Golden caskets were used
to entomb the mummies as well as many items that the person used in
day-to-day life. These golden caskets are priceless archeological finds
that are studied thoroughly and kept in museums around the world.
Scientists still use these artifacts to learn about ancient Egyptian
modern day caskets have golden decorations. People may choose to have a
golden cross or other religious symbols on the casket. These decorations
are often expensive, but they can be extremely beautiful and detailed,
adding luxury to the casket.
caskets are rare works of art that contain some of the world's great
treasures. Modern day caskets with gold inlays or decoration can help
people say goodbye to their loved one with style and dignity.
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