Tombstones are known by various names, for example, commemoration stones, grave markers, Headstones , and gravestones. All of which apply to the capacity of gravestones; the memorialization and recognition of the expired. Gravestones were initially produced using fieldstones or bits of wood. In certain areas, stones (alluded to as “wolf stones”) were put over the body to forestall rummaging creatures from revealing a shallow grave. Archeologists have discovered Neanderthal graves that go back 20,000-75,000 years. The bodies have been found in caverns with enormous stone heaps or rocks covering the openings. It is felt that these grave locales were inadvertent. The injured or biting the dust had presumably been deserted to recuperate, and the stones or rocks were pushed before the cavern for insurance from wild creatures. The Shanidar Cave in Iraq was home to the remaining parts of an individual (c. 50,000 b.c.) with blossoms tossed about the body.
Various techniques associated with tombstones
Different techniques for entombment have been created as time proceeded onward. The Chinese were the first to utilize caskets to contain their dead sometime around 30,000 b.c. Preservation and treating were utilized around 3200 b.c. to save the assortments of the Egyptian pharaohs for eternity. The pharaohs would be set in a stone coffin and buried with sculptures speaking to their workers and confided in