Necrodeipnon (Gr. νεκρός, dead, and δεῖπνον, a meal) was the name of a funeral feast among the ancient Greeks. It commonly took place at the house of the nearest relative of the deceased, and was usually attended by all the friends and relatives, it being regarded as a sacred duty to be present on the mournful occasion. SEE MOURNING.

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