GRAVES  |  DIBJOS

A grave
is a place where a dead body (usually a human, although sometimes an animal) is buried. The grave is usually in a graveyard or cemetery.
Graves may contain objects that provide clues for archaeologists about the life and culture of the time.

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Paul Klee
December 18 1879 – June 29 1940
Bern, Swiss

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Serge Gainsbourg
April 2, 1928 – March 2, 1991
Montparnasse Cemetery Paris. France

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Jesus Christ
7–2 BC/BCE to 26–36 AD/CE
Okuirise Aomori. Japan

Nick Drake
June 19, 1948 – November 25, 1974
Tanworth-In-Arden, Warwickshire. England

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Jean Cocteau
5 July 1889 – 11 October 1963
Menton S. France

Takashi Eguchi
January 19. 1937- February 3. 1986
Funabashi, Japan

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photo | Hiroshi Eguchi

  • 著者:DIBJOS
作 成 日:2008 年 07月 19日
発   行:DIBJOS
BSBN 1-01-00015568
ブックフォーマット:#262