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    • Christian art about death

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    • Crucifixion of Jesus in art

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    • Death in fiction

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    • Death in music

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    • Films about death

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    • Funerary art

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    • Paintings about death

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    • Poems about death

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    • Funerary art

    • Funerary art is any work of art forming, or placed in, a repository for the remains of the dead. The term also encompasses cenotaphs ("empty tombs"), tomb-like monuments which do not contain human remains; and communal memorials to the dead (such as war memorials), which may or may not contain human remains. Funerary ... Read »


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    • Angel of Grief

    • Angel of Grief is an 1894 sculpture by William Wetmore Story which serves as the grave stone of the artist and his wife at the Protestant Cemetery, Rome. The term is now used to describe multiple grave stones throughout the world erected in the style of the Story stone. Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Rochester, New York ... Read »


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    • Crucifixion in the arts

    • Crucifixion and crucifixes have appeared in the arts and popular culture from before the era of the pagan Roman Empire. The crucifixion of Jesus has been depicted in religious art since the 4th century CE. In more modern times, crucifixion has appeared in film and television as well as in fine art, and depictions of ot ... Read »


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    • Death in children’s literature


    • The Destroying Angel and Daemons of Evil Interrupting the Orgies of the Vicious and Intemperate

    • The Destroying Angel and Daemons of Evil Interrupting the Orgies of the Vicious and Intemperate, also known as The Destroying Angel and Daemons Inflicting Divine Vengeance on the Wicked and Intemperate and The Destruction of the Temple of Vice, is an oil painting on canvas by English artist William Etty, first exhibite ... Read »


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    • Fallen Astronaut

    • Fallen Astronaut

      Fallen Astronaut is an 8.5-centimeter (3.3 in) aluminium sculpture created by Paul Van Hoeydonck. It is a small stylized figure, meant to depict an astronaut in a spacesuit, intended to commemorate the astronauts and cosmonauts who have died in the advancement of space exploration. It was commissioned and placed on ... Read »


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    • Gisant

    • A gisant (French, “recumbent”) is a recumbent effigy on a tomb depicting a prominent deceased person in the process of dying or as a corpse. Such compositions, developed in western Europe in late medieval, Renaissance, and early moderns times, may represent the deceased in a state of “eternal repose†... Read »


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    • Jacob's Ladder (film)


    • Jedermann (play)

    • Jedermann (Everyman) is a play by the Austrian playwright Hugo von Hofmannsthal. It is based on several medieval mystery plays, including the late 15th-century English morality play Everyman. It was first performed on 1 December 1911 in Berlin under the direction of Max Reinhardt at the Circus Schumann (which later bec ... Read »


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    • Liebestod

    • "Liebestod" ([ˈliːbəsˌtoːt] German for "love death") is the title of the final, dramatic music from the 1859 opera Tristan und Isolde by Richard Wagner. When used as a literary term, liebestod (from German , love and , death) refers to the theme of erotic death or "love death" meaning the two lovers' con ... Read »


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    • Therese Schroeder-Sheker

    • Therese Schroeder-Sheker is a musician, educator, clinician, and academic dean of the School of Music-Thanatology, which was housed at St. Patrick Hospital in Missoula, Montana from 1992 to 2002. Schroeder-Sheker, using voice and harp, works as a music-thanatologist, a relatively new discipline, where the practitioner ... Read »


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    • The Sirens and Ulysses

    • The Sirens and Ulysses is a large oil painting on canvas by the English artist William Etty, first exhibited in 1837. It depicts the scene from Homer's Odyssey in which Ulysses (Odysseus) resists the bewitching song of the Sirens by having his ship's crew tie him up, while they are ordered to block their own ears to pr ... Read »


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    • The Three Dead Kings

    • The Three Dead Kings, also known by its Latin title De Tribus Regibus Mortuis or as The Three Living and the Three Dead, is a 15th-century Middle English poem. It is found in the manuscript MS. Douce 302, and its authorship is sometimes attributed to a Shropshire priest, John Audelay. It is an extremely rare survival f ... Read »


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