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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Displays of Death Memento Mori 17th-19th Centuries This type of graveyard conveys the notion that death is an invevitability, therefore one must prepare for it and life after death.The memento mori type graveyard also teaches the living that they are fragile and life is short. It also tells viewers that the world is not their true home and that eternity lies in heaven. This type of graveyard tends to be religious in nature. An exampleof this type of grave is the Granary Burial Mound in Boston Massachusetts. Garden Romance mid 18th - 19th centuries The garden romance type of graveyard is more celebratory in nature. The garden romance graveyardfinds beauty in death and acknowledges that death is part of a natural process. Life and death can beseen as extensions of art, and graves following this style often are artistic. Garden romance graves maybe deliberately designed as works of art intended to evoke pathetic sentiments from the audience. Lawn of Epic Heroism mid 19th century - A lawn of epic heroism type grave tends to be large and designed to show that the dead interred there had grandaccomplishments in life. This type of grave can give the impression that the dead have managed a form of victory over death as their accomplishments will be remembered. The lawn of epic heroism conveys the notion that although death is an inevitability it cannot stop one from accomplishing great things.
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