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    1. difficile cohabitation entre morts et vivants Londres au cours des si cles qui montre bien l inertie des autorit s de la Cit r gler le probl me des lieux d enterrement quant la cr mation aurait apport une solution appropri e


    2. I have always had a fascination with cemeteries and burial practices throughout history, so I thought Catharine Arnold s book, Necropolis London and Its Dead would be an interesting read Unfortunately, I found it to be uneven with some parts extremely good, and others somewhat boring.London is one of England s oldest cities, and Arnold begins with the burial practices of the Celtics and Romans Both civilizations practiced cremations But once Christianity spread, cremations were largely discontin [...]


    3. Necropolis is one of those fascinating books that one reads with a sort of guilty pleasure, treading over remains of the dead long gone and not pleasantly remembered There is so much territory to be covered so to speak that it s hard to take it all in But the predominate impression I came away with is that London was one vast cemetery, with buildings and parks and parking lots constructed over a millenia s worth of corpses.In my naivete, I never gave much thought to the question of what happened [...]


    4. Arnold s book on the history of London s graveyards is skillfully written and historically accurate The central topic of the book is that Londoners literally live in a city that is built on the bones of their ancestors This was very interesting to me in that I have always been than bit of a history buff and the archaeological layers that one encounters in large international cities such as London have always been intriguing to me There were several critical things that I liked about this book i [...]


    5. Interesting and a bit technical but fascinating London is an old city but to think it was built on top of a several cemeteries is fascinating The next time I visit I will be watching where I am walking The concept of building on top of cemeteries is not new because as populations increased land does not Some civilizations moved the bodies if there was room but others just added layers Archeologists can learn a lot about history because of this.


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