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Common burial, also known as mass interment or mass grave, is the burial of several bodies in one collective grave.
Human infants, particularly premature ones, are sometimes given a common burial when they die due to loss of pregnancy, stillbirth, or early infant death. In such cases, one or two caskets are sometimes used to hold all the infants.
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