But the hard truth of who Jung was and what he did is only a small part of what "Catafalque
: Carl Jung and the End of Humanity" uncovers.
Though the focus of the discussion to this point has been on the novel's "Wild Palms" chapters, the second appearance of the term "catafalque
," in an "Old Man" chapter only eight pages later, requires attention.
Fes: Le Moussem Moulay Idriss Al Azhar s'ouvre par la ceremonie traditionnelle de presentation du Catafalque
As he explains, the second funeral took place a month after the first one and, since the body was no longer there, it was evoked by a very elaborate catafalque
. According to Banti, attempts to keep the King's body among the living are also suggested by the many funeral services held for the King in Milan, Venice, and Naples.
carried to Yerevan, as the Police, Military Police and Defense Ministry officers have stopped the catafalque
driving to the capital city.
Specialists in the art of Asia, Europe, or Latin America explore such topics as Chinese export porcelain for the Mexican colonial market, a foldout map of the Manila galleons and their trade network in 1610, the catafalque
of Margaret of Austria and royal funerary rites in 17th-century Lima, sculptural replication in the early modern transatlantic world, and casta paintings and self-fashioning artists in New Spain.
19-20) And did you mark the Cyprian kiss white Adon on his catafalque
? And did you follow Amenalk, the God of Heliopolis?
Here the poetic persona and a sarcastic soldier stand before an enormous catafalque
dedicated to the recently deceased Philip II (1556-98).
And he still hasn't found a way to get the potion-induced unconscious Juliette onto the Felsenreitschule's stage for the final scene without having the audience see her first walk off, then re-enter and place herself on her catafalque
. Perhaps part of that problem lies in Michael Yeargan's minimalist set, and, of course, the lack of a curtain in the Felsenreitschule.
Ataturk's body was placed on a catafalque
covered with Turkish flag in a hall at Dolmabahce Palace on November 16, 1938.
rested upon the catafalque
of purple his widow stood with the Queen watching silently, her head bowed.