Портрет умершей девушки. Посмертная фотография младенца 1840. Посмертный портрет женщины 1840. Посмертный портрет женщины 1850. Посмертный портрет старой женщины 1850.
Портрет умершей девушки. Посмертный портрет старой женщины 1879. Портрет вдовы у кровати с умершим мужем 1890.
Postmortem is a crime fiction novel by author Patricia Cornwell and is her debut novel. The first book of the Dr. Kay Scarpetta series, it received the 1991 Edgar Award for Best First Novel. The novel opens as Dr. Kay Scarpetta, Chief Medical Examiner for the Commonwealth of Virginia, receives an early-morning call from Sergeant Pete Marino, a homicide detective at the Richmond Police Department with whom Scarpetta has a tense working relationship.
Mortification can refer to: Mortification (theology), theological doctrine. Mortification of the flesh, religious practice of corporal mortification. Mortification of self, personality disruption experienced by individuals in a total institution or settings with similar characteristics. Mortification in Roman Catholic teaching, Roman Catholic doctrine of mortification. Mortification (band), a Christian extreme metal band. Extreme embarrassment. Mortification (album).
Band: Mortification Album: Post Momentary Affliction Year: 1993 Genre: Old School Death/Thrash Country: Australia. Allusions From The Valley Of Darkness.
Post-mortem photography (also known as memorial portraiture or a mourning portrait) is the practice of photographing the recently deceased. Various cultures use and have used this practice, though the best-studied area of post-mortem photography is that of Europe and America. There can be considerable dispute as to whether individual early photographs actually show a dead person or not, often sharpened by commercial considerations.
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