1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Feretory
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FERETORY (from Lat. feretrum, a bier, from ferre, to bear), in architecture, the enclosure or chapel within which the "fereter" shrine, or tomb (as in Henry VII.'s chapel), was placed.