Posted August 14, If you're looking to leave this world in a flaming ship pushed out to sea or being left to the vultures in a sky burial, you will need to think again. In the Northern Territory, like all other Australian states and territories, there are only two ways a body can be legally disposed of — burial or cremation. While the definition of cremation is to consume by fire, you cannot have a funeral pyre erected in the back paddock for your body to be burned a la Game Of Thrones. Robert Murphy, a funeral director with more than 21 years' experience, said cremations in the NT could only take place in crematoria managed by the Cemeteries Act. Put plainly, if your dying wish is to be burned on a pyre, your family will have to break the law and face up to three years in prison to fulfil it.
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The classic Viking funeral conjures up images of a noble Viking lord slowly drifting out to sea in a boat alight with flames, but just how accurate is this image? There are a number of historical accounts and archeological finds that give us quite a clear impression of the traditions of Viking burial. They did indeed involve a boat, the deceased person was often laid inside a boat or a stone ship, but instead of being cast out to sea, it would usually be buried under stones and soil. An alternative was to burn the body on a funeral pyre. The actual ceremonies were steeped in ritual and tradition, designed to give the deceased strength to continue in the afterlife. To bury a corpse incorrectly was to risk the dead person returning to haunt the family and curse them to lose more members. One eyewitness account tells the story of the burial of a chieftain.
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