This Concept Map, created with IHMC CmapTools, has information related to: death, DEATH memorial Public yahrzeit ceremonies held to commemorate destruction of individual communities during holocaust., corpse is watched why? to prevent vermin damaging it., shaving haircuts and wearing ironed clothes also you may not get married during the thirty days, funeral is very brief consists of eulogy, 1 year prohibited parties & joyous occasions, body kept cool until burial why? prevents bloating & odours, Solomon b. Adret, Responsum No. 369; Moses Isserles to Yoreh De'ah, 363, 2 These rabbis allowed quicklime to be poured into the grave to speed decomposition of the body. responsum? This is a formal rabbinic legal ruling, in response to a question., DEATH memorial in ancient Israel, fasting on death-anniversary, Body is buried clothed in white trousers and shirt also if male is buried in a TALLIT fringes are cut off, as the dead can do no mitzvot., who has to ritually mourn?? immediate relatives parents siblings children partner, DEATH mourners how do they mourn?, eulogy what's that? a speech about the deceased. eu = good logos = word, DEATH memorial since 1600's custom developed of lighting jahrzeit candle on anniversary, funeral is very brief consists of mourner's kaddish, respect for body how? body kept cool until burial, Moses Israel Tedeschi, rabbi of Triest, 1890, said cremation was OK, and wanted his body to be cremated. majority of orthodox Opposed it, but still allowed the funeral service for burial of cremated remains., disposal of corpse cremation Solomon b. Adret, Responsum No. 369; Moses Isserles to Yoreh De'ah, 363, 2 These rabbis allowed quicklime to be poured into the grave to speed decomposition of the body., This is a formal rabbinic legal ruling, in response to a question. answer This is called the TESHUBAH or RESPONSUM plural: reponsa, disposal of corpse burial Body is buried clothed in white trousers and shirt, disposal of corpse cremation Midrash. Wayasha', Isaac asks Abraham to cremate his body and bring his ashes to his mother in an urn.