Grave-robbing



[greyv-rob-er] /ˈgreɪvˌrɒb ər/

noun
1.
a person who steals valuables from and tombs:
Graverobbers had emptied the Mayan tomb before archaeologists could examine its contents.
2.
a person who steals corpses after burial, especially for medical dissection.

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