This Concept Map, created with IHMC CmapTools, has information related to: death, disposal of corpse burial Body is buried clothed in white trousers and shirt, Tachrichin similar reason to Kittel on Yom Kippur Kittel, DEATH corpse respect for body, procession what is that? Body is carried to graveside, DEATH memorial Public yahrzeit ceremonies held to commemorate destruction of individual communities during holocaust., disposal of corpse cremation Moses Israel Tedeschi, rabbi of Triest, 1890, said cremation was OK, and wanted his body to be cremated., respect for body how? body kept cool until burial, Body is buried clothed in white trousers and shirt called? Tachrichin, burial within 24 hrs if poss to prevent events such as... Soon after the corpse of King Henry VIII was placed in the chapel (two weeks after his death), his lead coffin burst open and "all the pavement of the church was with the fat and the corrupt and putrefied blood foully imbued", 7 days candle Yizkor/Jahrzeit candle is lit all 7 days, leather shoes sexual relations ointments, perfumes, deoderant. bathing. no business must sit on low stools. ancient custom food, how do they mourn? period 7 days, Body is buried clothed in white trousers and shirt why? priests in Temple wore this. Dead person is going to "serve God"., funeral is very brief consists of mourner's kaddish, disposal of corpse burial no commandment in Torah saying burial is necessary., food after the funeral The first meal after the funeral is prepared by a neighbor; it is called "se'udat habra'ah" (= "meal of consolation"). It usually consists of bread with eggs or lentils (B. B. 16a), DEATH memorial since 1600's custom developed of lighting jahrzeit candle on anniversary, DEATH funeral funeral is very brief, shaving haircuts and wearing ironed clothes also you may not get married during the thirty days, 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.