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Cremation Process Howstuffworks

Cremation Process Howstuffworks

31-03-2009· The Cremation Process Prev NEXT The cremation chamber, which is just big enough to accommodate one body at a time, looks a bit like the inside of a pizza oven and can reach temperatures of 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit (1093 degrees Celsius).How Cremation Works | HowStuffWorks,31-03-2009· Cremation is the process of burning a dead body at very high temperatures until there are only brittle, calcified bones left, which are then pulverized into "ashes." These ashes can be kept in an urn, buried, scattered or even incorporated into objects as part of the last rites of death.. Though it's gone in and out of fashion since prehistoric times, in the last couple centuries, the rates of,History of Cremation | HowStuffWorks,31-03-2009· Modern cremation began in the late 1800s with the invention of a practical cremation chamber by Professor Brunetti, who presented it at the 1873 Vienna Exposition. Championed by Queen Victoria's surgeon, Sir Henry Tho

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