Some articles on grave, grave slab:
... Coffin-lid / grave-slab Although the Manx Sword of State is popularly linked to Óláfr, it dates only to the 15th century ... The pictured grave slab dates to the 13th century, and may be that of Olafr, or his sons Rögnvaldr and Magnús ... There is a possibility that a coffin-lid or grave-slab found at Rushen may be associated with Óláfr, or of two of his sons who are known to have been buried there (Rögnva ...
Famous quotes containing the words slab and/or grave:
“Remember? We sat on a slab of rock.
From this distance in time,
it seems the color
of iris, rotting and turning purpler,
but it was only
the usual gray rock”
—Robert Lowell (19171977)
“Shall I still be loves house on the widdershin earth,
Woe to the windy masons at my shelter?
Loves house, they answer, and the tower death
Lie all unknowing of the grave sin-eater.”
—Dylan Thomas (19141953)