Learn the Meanings and See Photos of Common Tombstone Symbols (2022)

Have you ever wandered through a cemetery and wondered about the meanings of the designs carved on old gravestones? Thousands of different religious and secular symbols and emblems have adorned tombstones through the ages, indicating attitudes towards death and the hereafter, membership in a fraternal or social organization, or an individual's trade, occupation or even ethnic identity. While many of these tombstone symbols have fairly simple interpretations, it is not always easy to determine their meaning and significance. We were not present when these symbols were carved into the stone and can't claim to know our ancestors' intentions. They may have included a particular symbol for no other reason than because they thought it was pretty.

While we can only speculate what our ancestors were trying to tell us through their choice of tombstone art, these symbols and their interpretations are commonly agreed upon by gravestone scholars.

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Alpha and Omega

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Alpha (A), the first letter of the Greek alphabet, and Omega (Ω), the last letter, are often found combined into a single symbol representing Christ.

Revelation 22:13 in the King James version of the Bible says "I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end, the first and the last." For this reason, the juxtaposed symbols often represent God's eternity, or the "beginning" and the "end." The two symbols are sometimes found used with the Chi Rho (PX) symbol. Individually, Alpha and Omega are also symbols of eternity that pre-exist Christianity.

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American Flag

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The American flag, a symbol of courage and pride, is generally found marking the grave of a military veteran in American cemeteries.

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Anchor

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The anchor was regarded in ancient times as a symbol of safety and was adopted by Christians as a symbol of hope and steadfastness.

The anchor also represents the anchoring influence of Christ. Some say it was used as a sort of disguised cross. The anchor also serves as a symbol for seamanship and may mark the grave of a seaman, or be used as a tribute to St. Nicholas, patron saint of seamen. And an anchor with a broken chain symbolizes the cessation of life.

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Angel

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Angels found in the cemetery are a symbol of spirituality. They guard the tomb and are thought to be messengers between God and man.

The angel, or "messenger of God," may appear in many different poses, each with its own individual meaning. An angel with open wings is thought to represent the flight of the soul to heaven. Angels may also be shown carrying the deceased in their arms as if taking or escorting them to heaven. A weeping angel symbolizes grief, especially mourning an untimely death. An angel blowing a trumpet may depict the day of judgment. Two specific angels can often be identified by the instruments they carry - Michael by his sword and Gabriel with her horn.

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Benevolent and Protective Order of the Elks

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This symbol, generally represented by an elk head and the letters BPOE represents membership in the Benevolent Protective Order of the Elks.

The Elks are one of the largest and most active fraternal organizations in the United States, with over one million members. Their emblem often incorporates a clock tolling the eleventh hour, directly behind the representation of the elk head to represent the "Eleven O'Clock Toast" ceremony conducted at every BPOE meeting and social function.

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Book

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A book found on a cemetery tombstone can represent many different things, including the book of life, often represented as the Bible.

A book on a gravestone may also depict learning, a scholar, a prayer, memory, or someone who worked as a writer, bookseller, or publisher. Books and scrolls can also represent the Evangelists.

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Calla Lily

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A symbol reminiscent of the Victorian era, the calla lily represents majestic beauty and is often used to represent marriage or resurrection.

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Celtic Cross or Irish Cross

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The Celtic or Irish cross, taking the form of a cross within a circle, generally represents eternity.

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Column, Broken

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A broken column indicates a life cut short, a memorial to the death of someone who died young or in the prime of life, before reaching old age.

Some columns you encounter in the cemetery may be broken due to damage or vandalism, but many columns are intentionally carved in the broken form.

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Daughters of Rebekah

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The entwined letters D and R, the crescent moon, the dove and the three-link chain are all common symbols of the Daughters of Rebekah.

The Daughters of Rebekah is the female auxiliary or ladies branch of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. The Rebekah Branch was established in America in 1851 after much controversy regarding the inclusion of women as Odd Fellow members in the Order. The branch was named after the Rebekah from the Bible whose unselfishness at the well represents the virtues of the society.

Other symbols commonly associated with the Daughters of Rebekah include the beehive, the moon (sometimes embellished with seven stars), the dove and the white lily. Collectively, these symbols represent the feminine virtues of industriousness at home, order and the laws of nature, and innocence, gentleness, and purity.

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Dove

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Seen in both Christian and Jewish cemeteries, the dove is a symbol of resurrection, innocence and peace.

An ascending dove, as pictured here, represents the transport of the departed's soul to heaven. A dove descending represents a descent from heaven, assurance of a safe passage. A dove lying dead symbolizes a life cut prematurely short. If the dove is holding an olive branch, it symbolizes that the soul has reached divine peace in heaven.

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Draped Urn

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After the cross, the urn is one of the most commonly used cemetery monuments. The design represents a funeral urn and is thought to symbolize immortality.

Cremation was an early form of preparing the dead for burial. In some periods, especially classical times, it was more common than burial. The shape of the container in which the ashes were placed may have taken the form of a simple box or a marble vase, but no matter what it looked like it was called an "urn," derived from the Latin uro, meaning "to burn."

As burial became a more common practice, the urn continued to be closely associated with death. The urn is commonly believed to testify to the death of the body and the dust into which the dead body will change, while the spirit of the departed eternally rests with God.

The cloth draping the urn symbolically guarded the ashes. The shroud-draped urn is believed by some to mean that the soul has departed the shrouded body for its trip to heaven. Others say that the drape signifies the last partition between life and death.

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Eastern Orthodox Cross

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The Eastern Orthodox Cross is distinctively different from other Christian crosses, with the addition of two extra cross beams.

The Eastern Orthodox Cross is also referred to as the Russian, Ukraine, Slavic and Byzantine Cross. The top beam of the cross represents the plaque bearing Pontius Pilate's inscription INRI (Jesus the Nazorean, King of the Jews). The slanted beam on the bottom, generally sloping down from left to right, is a bit more subjective in meaning. One popular theory (circa the eleventh century) is that it represents a footrest and the slant symbolizes a balance scale showing the good thief, St. Dismas, having accepted Christ would ascend to heaven, while the bad thief who rejected Jesus would descend to hell.

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Hands - Pointing Finger

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A hand with the index finger pointing upward symbolizes the hope of heaven, while a hand with forefinger pointing down represents God reaching down for the soul.

Seen as an important symbol of life, hands carved into gravestones represent the deceased's relationships with other human beings and with God. Cemetery hands tend to be shown doing one of four things: blessing, clasping, pointing, and praying.

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Horseshoe

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The horseshoe can symbolize protection from evil, but may also symbolize an individual whose profession or passion involved horses.

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Ivy & Vines

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Ivy carved into a tombstone is said to represent friendship, fidelity and immortality.

The hardy, evergreen leaf of the ivy denotes immortality and rebirth or regeneration. Just try and dig out the ivy in your garden to see how tough it is!

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Knights of Pythias

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Heraldic shields and coats of armor on a tombstone are often a sign that it marks the spot of a fallen Knight of Pythias.

The Order of Knights of Pythias is an international fraternal organization which was founded in Washington D.C. on February 19, 1864, by Justus H. Rathbone. It began as a secret society for government clerks. At its peak, the Knights of Pythias had close to one million members.

Symbols of the organization often include the letters F B C - which stand for friendship, benevolence and charity the ideals and principles which the order promotes. You may also see the skull and crossbones within a heraldic shield, a knight's helmet or the letters KP or K of P (Knights of Pythias) or IOKP (Independent Order of Knights of Pythias).

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Laurel Wreath

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Laurel, especially when fashioned in the shape of a wreath, is a common symbol found in the cemetery. It can represent victory, distinction, eternity or immortality.

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Lion

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The lion serves as a guardian in the cemetery, protecting a tomb from unwanted visitors and evil spirits. It symbolizes the courage and bravery of the departed.

Lions in the cemetery can usually be found sitting on top of vaults and tombs, watching over the final resting place of the departed. They also represent the courage, power, and strength of the deceased individual.

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Oak Leaves & Acorns

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The mighty oak tree,often represented as oak leaves and acorns, signifies strength, honor, longevity and steadfastness.

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Olive Branch

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The olive branch, often depicted in the mouth of a dove, symbolizes peace - that the soul has departed in the peace of God.

The association of the olive branch with wisdom and peace originates in Greek mythology where the goddess Athena gave an olive tree to the city that was to become Athens. Greek ambassadors carried on the tradition, offering an olive branch of peace to indicate their good intentions. An olive leaf also makes an appearance in the story of Noah.

The olive tree is also known to represent longevity, fertility, maturity, fruitfulness and prosperity.

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Sleeping Child

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A sleeping child was often used to signify death during the Victorian era. As expected, it generally decorates the grave of a baby or young child.

Figures of sleeping babies or children often appear with very few clothes, symbolizing that young, innocent children had nothing to cover up or hide.

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Sphinx

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The Sphinx, featuring the head and torso of a human grafted to the body of a lion, guards the tomb.

This popular neo-Egyptian design is sometimes found in modern cemeteries. The male Egyptian sphinx is modeled after the Great Sphinx at Giza. The female, often appearing bare-breasted, is the Greek Sphinx.

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Square & Compass

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The most common of the Masonic symbols is the compass and square standing for faith and reason.

The square in the Masonic square and compass is a builder's square, used by carpenters and stonemasons to measure perfect right angles. In Masonry, this is a symbol of the ability to use the teachings of conscience and morality to measure and verify the rightness of one's actions.

The compass is used by builders to draw circles and lay off measurements along a line. It is used by the Masons as a symbol of self-control, the intention to draw a proper boundary around personal desires and to remain within that boundary line.

The letter G usually found in the center of the square and compass is said to represent "geometry" or "God."

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Torch, Inverted

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The inverted torch is a true cemetery symbol, symbolizing life in the next realm or a life extinguished.

A lit torch represents life, immortality and the everlasting life. Conversely, an inverted torch represents death, or the passing of the soul into the next life. Generally the inverted torch will still bear a flame, but even without the flame it still represents a life extinguished.

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Tree Trunk Tombstone

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A tombstone in the shape of a tree trunk is symbolic of the brevity of life.

The number of broken branches appearing on the tree trunk may indicate deceased family members buried at that site, as in this interesting example from Allegheny Cemetery in Pittsburgh.

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Wheel

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In its generic form, as pictured here, the wheel represents the cycle of life, enlightenment, and divine power. A wheel might also represent a wheelwright.

Specific types of wheel symbols that might be found in the cemetery include the eight-spoked Buddhist wheel of righteousness, and the circular eight-spoked wheel of the Church of World Messianity, with alternating fat and thin spokes.

Or, as with all cemetery symbols, it could just be a pretty decoration.

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Woodmen of the World

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This symbol signifies membership in the Woodmen of the World fraternal organization.

The Woodmen of the World fraternal organization was formed from the Modern Woodmen of the World in 1890 for the purpose of providing life insurance death benefits to its members.

A stump or log, axe, wedge, maul, and other woodworking motifs are commonly seen on Woodmen of the World symbols. Sometimes you'll also see a dove carrying an olive branch, as in the symbol shown here. The phrase "Dum Tacet Clamat," meaning though silent he speaks is also often found on WOW grave markers.

FAQs

What do the symbols on headstones mean? ›

Following are some of the more common symbols found on gravestones and their meanings. ANCHOR - a symbol of hope, or the deceased was a seaman. ANGEL - a guide to Heaven. ARCH - symbolizing a triumphant entry into Heaven or victory over death. ARROW - symbolizing mortality or martyrdom.

What does an upside down tombstone mean? ›

“The star itself stands for Order of the Eastern Star — the eastern star that lead the three wise men to the manger to Christ and Mary. It's associated a lot with Mary, that's why the females have this as their symbol. It's upside down because it was pointing the way for the wisemen — there's nothing bad about it.

What is the meaning of grave stones? ›

Britannica Dictionary definition of GRAVESTONE. [count] : a stone that marks the place where a dead person is buried and that usually has the person's name and birth and death dates on it : headstone, tombstone.

What is the message of tombstone? ›

A short message referred to as an epitaph is usually added to a headstone along with a person's name, birth date, and death date. Typically, the goal of the epitaph is to leave some words of wisdom, share the most important values of the deceased, or summarize the person's life.

What are grave symbols? ›

Gravestone Symbols and Their Meanings
SymbolMeaning
Skulldeath; mortal remains
Soul effigyimmortality of the soul; passage to the afterlife (especially if winged)
Sphinxcourage; honor; power
Thistlesorrow and remembrance; potential Scottish ancestry
53 more rows

Why do headstones face east and west? ›

Many scriptural talks about the resurrection and how Christ will come from the east. Lightning shows from the east, but it's from the west that you can see it. It makes perfect sense that the Son of Man would arrive from the east. It's the main reason for which many churches put the altars facing east.

What does putting a penny on a tombstone mean? ›

A coin left on a headstone lets the deceased soldier's family know that somebody stopped by to pay their respect. A penny means you visited. A nickel means you and the deceased veteran trained at boot camp together. A dime means you and the deceased veteran served together in some capacity.

What does a handshake on a headstone mean? ›

When seen on a cemetery headstone or gravemarker, two clasped hands on the same level with matching cuffs typically represent: A farewell/goodbye to earthly life. The continuity/unity of life and death as a human condition. A greeting/welcome to eternal life.

What does a snake on a grave mean? ›

Lamb: Often a symbol of innocence and youth, it's used predominantly on the graves and urns of children. Snake: Or, serpent, this animal, despite its nefarious reference in the Bible, has come to represent eternity and rebirth.

Why do people put lights on grave stones? ›

Uses of Grave Lights

Grave lights, simply put, help bring color and a spirit of hopefulness to any grave site and are wonderful addtions to cemetery funeral products which can be used to enhance the grave.

What is the real meaning of grave? ›

Definition of grave

(Entry 1 of 6) 1 : an excavation (see excavation sense 2) for burial of a body broadly : a burial place. 2a : death sense 1a believes there is life beyond the grave. b : death sense 4.

What is the difference between a gravestone and a tombstone? ›

Originally, a tombstone was the stone lid of a stone coffin, or the coffin itself, and a gravestone was the stone slab that was laid over a grave. Now, all three terms are also used for markers placed at the head of the grave.

What is the saying on a tombstone called? ›

Definition of epitaph

1 : an inscription on or at a tomb or a grave in memory of the one buried there. 2 : a brief statement commemorating or epitomizing a deceased person or something past.

What's a good Bible verse for a tombstone? ›

“For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life.” John 3:16. This is one of the most often-quoted verses in the Bible and would be a great choice to put on a headstone of a Christian.

What does wheat on a tombstone mean? ›

The symbol of wheat is commonly found on the tombstones of older people. Like the symbol of the oak leaf, wheat can symbolize a long, well-lived life, one that was "harvested" by the reaper when it was time.

How do you read a tombstone? ›

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What does a butterfly on a grave mean? ›

Cemetery Symbol #6: Butterfly

Butterflies are the symbol of resurrection. Just as caterpillars change into winged creatures that launch into flight, the deceased will rise from the grave, changing into a new being.

What does the cross and circle mean on gravestone? ›

Botonee Cross- So named because of its modified trefoil (three-lobed) ends, represents the trinity. Calvary Cross- A Latin cross standing on three steps or blocks, it signifies faith, hope and love. Love is sometimes replaced by charity. Celtic Cross- The circle around the crosspiece symbolizes eternity.

Why do they cover the legs in a casket? ›

If someone donated their skin tissue after death, this is usually taken from the lower half of the body. This means the body will be preserved in a special plastic undergarment to protect it from leaking into the casket. To cover this, the lower half will not be exposed at the funeral viewing.

Why are people buried 6 feet under? ›

People may have also buried bodies 6 feet deep to help prevent theft. There was also concern that animals might disturb graves. Burying a body 6 feet deep may have been a way to stop animals from smelling the decomposing bodies. A body buried 6 feet deep would also be safe from accidental disturbances like plowing.

Can a husband and wife be buried in the same casket? ›

Yes — Depending upon the cemetery's policy, you may be able to save a grave space by having the cremains buried on top of the casketed remains of your spouse, or utilize the space provided next to him/her. Many cemeteries allow for multiple cremated remains to be interred in a single grave space.

Why do you leave a quarter on a grave? ›

Leaving a nickel indicates that you and the deceased trained at boot camp together. Leaving a dime means you served together in some capacity. Leaving a quarter at the grave, you are telling the family that you were with the soldier when they were killed.

What does leaving a rock on a grave mean? ›

Jews believed that placing the stones on a grave would keep the soul down in this world. Some people find comfort in this. Another interpretation suggests that the stones will keep demons and golems from getting into the graves. Stones last longer than flowers. Flowers, though beautiful, will eventually die.

What can you not do at a cemetery? ›

No running, yelling, or rolling around on the ground. This is not a place for childhood games. Don't let them play on any of the monuments. While it is good to get children used to paying respects at a cemetery, they often don't fully understand the meaning of everything in the cemetery.

What does a skull on a headstone mean? ›

A skull and crossbones is a symbol consisting of a human skull and two long bones crossed together under or behind the skull. The design originated in the Late Middle Ages as a symbol of death and especially as a memento mori on tombstones.

What do seashells on a grave mean? ›

Loose shells placed on a tombstone or dropped on the ground around it are also a visible reminder that the person buried below continues to be remembered and honored by those still living."

What does spinning in a grave mean? ›

spin in (one's) grave

To (hypothetically) show enormous anger, disfavor, or regret for someone's actions or something that happens after one has died. That is, if someone were still alive, they would be greatly upset, angered, or disgusted by what has happened.

What does it mean when a grave sinks in? ›

Grave subsidence refers to the appearance of graves 'sinking'. This is an entirely natural process caused by loosened soil settling into place and the natural process of the coffin collapsing overtime.

How do you read a gravestone? ›

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What does the cross and circle mean on gravestone? ›

Botonee Cross- So named because of its modified trefoil (three-lobed) ends, represents the trinity. Calvary Cross- A Latin cross standing on three steps or blocks, it signifies faith, hope and love. Love is sometimes replaced by charity. Celtic Cross- The circle around the crosspiece symbolizes eternity.

What does shaking hands mean on a headstone? ›

A greeting/welcome by an already deceased individual or partner to the newly deceased. Guidance of the newly deceased by a deceased individual or partner to everlasting life.

How are gravestones marked? ›

The primary inscription on headstones is the person's name birth date and the death date. Other elements might include artwork, which might be symbolic, or text containing a quotation or other epitaph. Often, these inscriptions are religious in nature, and families seek comfort in Inspirational Bible Passages.

What does Penny mean on grave? ›

Col. Dave Taylor, a Vietnam War veteran, explained the tradition and the reason behind it. A coin left on a headstone lets the deceased soldier's family know that somebody stopped by to pay their respects. If you leave a penny, it means you visited.

What is the difference between a headstone and a gravestone? ›

A “gravestone” was a stone slab covering a grave. “Headstones” were generally markers denoting a grave. Today, though, all of these terms indicate a marker placed at the head of a grave.

What should you not put on a gravestone? ›

Water expands when frozen and may crack the stone.
  • Do not attempt to clean a broken headstone.
  • Make sure you have enough water to thoroughly clean and then rinse the stone several times. ...
  • NEVER use household cleaners, bleach, metal tools, scouring pads, wire brushes, power tools, pressure washers or nyalox brushes.

What does leaving a quarter on a headstone mean? ›

A dime means you and the deceased veteran served together in some capacity. A quarter is very significant because it means that you were there when that veteran died. The tradition of leaving coins on the headstones of military men and women can be traced to as far back as the Roman Empire.

What does an egg on a grave mean? ›

Eggs are normally used for purifying spells and to rid oneself of perceived curses. The motivation behind breaking eggs against a tree in this particular ritual is consistent with that objective. Coins left on the surface of graves are symbolic payment to the spirits in thanks for their help.

What does the dash mean on a tombstone? ›

What is the significance of the dash? The dash in Linda Ellis's poem, "The Dash," refers to the dash between a person's date of birth and their date of death on their tombstone. The dash represents the time that the person spent on earth and serves as a symbol for their life.

What does a skull on a headstone mean? ›

A skull and crossbones is a symbol consisting of a human skull and two long bones crossed together under or behind the skull. The design originated in the Late Middle Ages as a symbol of death and especially as a memento mori on tombstones.

What does it mean when a headstone faces West? ›

In the East Petersburg Cemetery, headstones face west, which means most husbands will be buried to the right of their wives in front of the stones. (See example in accompanying illustration.) But in most cemeteries, headstones face east, which puts husbands to the left of their wives.

Why are headstones placed at the feet? ›

This approach has roots in Christian tradition, where a marker would be set with the head of the deceased to the west while their feet pointed east. The placement of bodies this way meant that those departed will face the rising sun and Jesus upon his resurrection.

What does it mean when a grave sinks in? ›

Grave subsidence refers to the appearance of graves 'sinking'. This is an entirely natural process caused by loosened soil settling into place and the natural process of the coffin collapsing overtime.

What is a grave without a body called? ›

Cenotaph - a grave where the body is not present; a memorial erected as over a grave, but at a place where the body has not been interred. A cenotaph may look exactly like any other grave in terms of marker and inscription.

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