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archaeologists have discovered Neanderthal skeletons with a characteristic layer of flower pollen.
This deliberate burial and reverence given to the dead has been interpreted as suggesting that Neanderthals had religious beliefs, Funerals in the Bahá'í Faith are characterized by not embalming, a prohibition against cremation, using a chrysolite or hardwood casket, wrapping the body in silk or cotton, burial not farther than an hour (including flights) from the place of death, and placing a ring on the deceased's finger stating, "I came forth from God, and return unto Him, detached from all save Him, holding fast to His Name, the Merciful, the Compassionate." The Bahá'í funeral service also contains the only prayer that's permitted to be read as a group - congregational prayer, although most of the prayer is read by one person in the gathering.
This day, in some communities, also marks a day when the poor and needy are offered food in memory of the dead.
Funerary customs comprise the complex of beliefs and practices used by a culture to remember and respect the dead, from interment itself, to various monuments, prayers, and rituals undertaken in their honor.