No empty grave depicted here although an “angel” (bronze) guards it reminiscent to the real one found at Christ’s crypt after His resurrection on Easter Sunday over 2000 years ago.
Unlike a similar scene from over 2000 years ago, when Jesus Christ arose from the dead and an angel was found guarding the empty carved stone burial-place He was sealed into earlier, this very interesting grave belongings to a Montreal citizen who died in the late 19th century.
Apparently, Mr. Alfred L’Allellemand must have been wealthy, a man of means or perhaps, his family was, to afford this elaborate and fancy burial marker. It dominates its own small corner spot on a sort of hillside and overlooks nearby Cote-des-Neige boulevard running east-west, just behind the large, tall, black colored metal fence enclosing the world famous Cote-des-Neige Cemetary, burial ground for over a million souls.
This is my contribution for WP single word prompt:”EMPTY”.