An empty tomb or a monument erected in honor of a person who is buried elsewhere.
Monument in Whitehall, London, honouring the dead of both world wars. Designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens and erected in 1920.
A cenotaph is a special memorial which remembers some one buried elsewhere. There is a big cenotaph in London. The queen goes to The Cenotaph on Remembrance Day to watch veterans march past.
A monument or building which is an empty tomb, i.e, the person commemorated is buried elsewhere.
A tomb built for ceremonial purposes but not used for the actual burial.
Literally "an empty tomb". A memorial in honor of a deceased person who is interred elsewhere.
A monument erected to honor someone whose mortal remains are elsewhere.
Sepulchral monument (literally 'empty tomb') to person whose body is elsewhere. Perhaps the best known is the Cenotaph in Whitehall, London, England,which commemorates the dead of the 1914-1918 and 1939-1945 Wars. (This, and village and town cenotaphs, are not the Commission's responsibility). [Go to source
a memorial to fallen soldiers of two world wars and often steeped in wreaths. Whitehall is the wide ceremonial avenue leading from Parliament Square the half a mile to Trafalgar Square. It is lined on both sides with Government offices, includng the Treasury, the Foreign, Commonwealth and Home Offices, and about half way along, Banqueting House where Charles I was beheaded in 1649. Towards it's southern end, the Cenotaph stands in the centre of the road. Scene 2 Stephen Dillane
a monument built to honor soldiers who died in a war
a cemetery marker erected for a person who is not buried there
a monument erected in honour of a deceased person, but not containing his body
an empty tomb erected in honor of the deceased who is buried elsewhere
a tomb or a monument erected
An empty tomb, monument or plaque erected in memory of a person whose remains lie elsewhere.
monument erected to one who is buried somewhere else.
Tomn built for ceremonial purposes; never intended for a burial.
an empty tomb. A cenotaph is a sepulchral monument erected in honour of a deceased person whose body is elsewhere.
a symbolic tomb erected in honor of a dead person whose remains lie elsewhere
A monument, usually of imposing scale, erected to commemorate one whose burial remains are at a separate location; literally "empty tomb."
An empty tomb or monument erected in memory or a person buried elsewhere.
a permanent memorial dedicated in memory of the deceased whose remains lie elsewhere. Often denoted by the words "In Memoriam."
From Greek for empty tomb. A monument in honor of a dead person who is buried somewhere else. Cenotaphs are especially prominent in the Poet's Corner of Westminster Abbey in England.
A symbolic tomb to honor a dead human whose body is buried somewhere else. Gk: empty tomb.
From the Greek word meaning; "empty tomb". A tomb built for ceremonial purposes that was never intended to be used for the interment of the deceased.