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|Italian to English translations [PRO]|
Art/Literary - Religion / religious statues
|Italian term or phrase: Gesù morto in culla|
|This is the name of one of the many statues used in an Easter procession - of course the word "culla" is quite striking, but I wouldn't be surprised if there were a specific name for this type of statue. |
"Culla" does not seem to be used in any of the gospels, though, and "tomb" seems a bit generic...
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|Thanks to Kay and to Ryan's suggestion as well, and to silviab for her great explanations. I'll give the points to the favourite translation|
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