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A pottery coffin from Bethshean. Palestine Archeological MuseumCOFFIN. Coffins were seldom used by the Hebrews, who buried their dead wrapped in cloths or sheets. The only exception in the Bible is the case of Joseph, who died as a nobleman in Egypt (Gen 50:26). His embalmed body was likely placed
SARCOPHAGUS. A coffin, originally of stone. The Gr. word has the sense of “eating flesh,” for coffins of limestone hastened the decomposition of the corpse. Usually, however, sarcophagi were intended to protect and preserve the body, as in the case of the inscribed stone sarcophagus of King Ahiram of