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Nota de aplicación

Chapels or other room-like spaces, or small freestanding structures, adjacent to or near the tomb in a funerary site. Examples date from ancient Egypt, where offering niches developed over time into rooms, where families of the dead could visit on appropriate days of the year, to eat meals or make offerings in accordance with Egyptian funerary cults. For chapels that hold the remains of the dead, use "sepulchral chapels."

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