His remains were buried in a family plot in Bavaria until their exhumation Wednesday.
The Vatican agreed last month to finally settle the issue by granting the Italian police permission for the exhumation.
That was before an exhumation team found his mother's remains and was finally able to identify them just this past summer.
There are plenty more candidates for exhumation, too, if we fancy it.
Of course many formalities had to be carried out, so that the exhumation did not commence until the 15th at midnight.
Fortified by this success, Goron was able to procure the exhumation of the body.
The coroner may give an order for the exhumation of a body if he thinks the evidence warrants a post-mortem examination.
The next step was to order the exhumation of the body of Mrs. Taylor.
By exhumation we have obtained most of our information on this subject.
She—and I—only heard of the exhumation several days after it had taken place.
early 15c., from Medieval Latin exhumationem (nominative exhumatio), noun of action from past participle stem of exhumare (see exhume).