Sarcophagus (noun)

  1. A large stone coffin, typically decorated and with a flat lid.
  2. An ancient coffin of stone or other durable material.

Origin:

From latin sarcophagus, from ancient greek σαρκόφαγος (sarkophagos), from σάρξ (sarx, "flesh") + φάγος (phagos, "eating").

Examples:

  1. The sarcophagus was discovered in the Egyptian tomb.
  2. The sarcophagus was carved from solid marble.
  3. The sarcophagus was an important artifact of ancient history.
  4. The sarcophagus was believed to protect the deceased from decay.
  5. The sarcophagus was adorned with intricate carvings and inscriptions.
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