Burial at sea by aircraft is usually done only with cremated remains. Other types of burial at sea include the mixing of the ashes with concrete and dropping the concrete block to form an artificial reef such as the Atlantis Reef. Below is a list of religions that allow burial at sea, with some details of the burial.
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Officially, the Roman Catholic Church prefers normal casket...
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Burial at sea within Australian territorial waters,...
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In wartime, attempts are made for burial at sea to follow...
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This category contains articles about persons who were buried at sea rather than in a cemetery or other permanent (i.e., knowable) final resting place. Persons who died in shipwrecks and whose bodies were never recovered for burial might also be included. Pages in category "Burials at sea"
This is a list of people buried at sea. John Carradine (1906–1988), prolific film actor, buried in the Southern California Bight. Captain James Cook (1728–1779), Royal Navy officer and explorer buried at sea after being abducted and cannibalized by Hawaiians. Francis Drake (1540–1596), English privateer buried with two ships off the coast of Portobelo after his failed invasion of Panama.
Burial at sea is the practice of depositing the body or scattering its ashes in an ocean or other large body of water instead of soil. The body may be disposed in a coffin, or without one. Funerary cannibalism is the practice of eating the remains. This may be done for many reasons: for example to partake of their strength, to spiritually ...
Cremation is an alternative to burial. Where you scatter the ash, IF you scatter the ash, is not a burial at sea or on land. Having a long list of examples of people "buried at sea" that is dominated by scattered ashes is silly. Buried at sea is having a body sunk in the ocean, not a body in a funeral home being cremated and then the ashes being carried to the water and scattered.
Burial at sea is the disposal of human remains in the ocean, normally from a ship or boat. It is regularly performed by navies, and is done by private citizens in many countries. Burial at sea ceremony for cremated remains, on the aircraft carrier USS Enterprise, April 2011.
Peace Burial At Sea are a Newcastle upon Tyne -based four-piece post-rock band which combine elements of post-hardcore with electronic textures, incorporating lyrical themes inspired by Soviet propaganda, horror films, science fiction, and the occult. Their name was inspired by the J. M. W. Turner painting of a similar name.
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