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- June] 1605 (aged 15–16) Moscow, Russia Burial 1605; reburied 1606 Varsonofy monastery, Moscow; reburied 1606 in Troitse-Sergiyeva Lavra (a separate Godunov...
- Ptolemy I Soter, before being transferred to Alexandria, where it was reburied. Julius Caesar, Cleopatra and Augustus, among others, are noted as having...
- was buried in the Chapel of St Anne within Fort Saint Angelo, but was reburied in the crypt of Saint John's Co-Cathedral in Valletta in the late 16th...
- December 2012, in light of a lack of reconstruction funding, his tomb was reburied in order to preserve its fragile marble. Macrinus' life inspired Russell...
- reburied from France) Shalva Dadiani (1874–1959), Georgian playwright and actor (1959) Nodar Dumbadze (1928–1984), Georgian writer (2009, reburied from...
- The "Lönsgrab" near Walsrode where the body was reburied in 1935....
- Ellis's case, directed by her next of kin, son Andy, her remains were reburied in the churchyard of St Mary's Church in Amersham, Buckinghamshire, some...
- remains were not even thoroughly studied but instead archived rather than reburied. Furthermore, Western archaeologists' views of the past often differ from...
- Kiev, reburied from Vyshhorod Yaropolk I of Kiev Oleg of the Drevlyans The remnants of Anna of Byzantium and Vladimir the Great were first reburied in the...
- early 897 posthumously executed following the Cadaver Synod. His body was reburied with full Christian honours in 897. 112 11 April 896 – 26 April 896 (15 days)...