A coffin is a funeral container used to hold or view a body before burial or cremation.

Any container used to bury the dead is referred to as a coffin, which is also sometimes called a casket. Although a casket was once thought of as a container for jewelry, the undertaker’s industry introduced the word “casket” in this sense.

Coffins and caskets are frequently distinguished from one another, with “coffin” denoting a tapering hexagonal or octagonal box (sometimes referred to as an anthropoid in shape) and “casket” denoting a rectangular box, frequently with a split lid used for viewing the deceased as seen in the photo. Urns are containers for cremated and cremulated human remains, often known as cremains.

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By Michael Junior

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