Which Was a Turning Point in the "Medicalization" of Death
Which was a turning point in the "medicalization" of death and dying?
A) The Challenger disaster
D) The speculum mortis
What phrase best defines how death is a mirror in which a dying person could discover his/her destiny by taking a moral balance sheet of his/her life?
A) Memento mori
B) Speculum mortis
C) Muerto nuevo
D) Secular plan
Until the nineteenth century, the customary deathbed scene
A) excluded children.
B) was solitary and quiet.
C) was raucous and noisy.
D) included family.
A charnel house was a
A) public gathering place for grieving wives.
B) private location for immediate family to pray.
C) private tomb sealed to prevent escape of spirits.
D) gallery for bones entrusted to the church.