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Cradle (ihe ndina)

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A cradle bụ àkwà nwa ọhụrụ nke na-agba nkume ma ọ bụghị nke na-agagharị agagharị.[1] Ọ dị iche na nke ukwu nke ụwa họrọ site ya na ezinụlọ na bassinet nkịtị nke bụ akpa yiri nkata na ụkwụ kwụ ọtọ nwere ụkwụ. A chọtara ebe a na-ere ọkụ n'ime ihe ndị mmadụ n'ihe ndị na ụdị nke ụwa ndị fọdụrụ na Herculaneum nke e wepụrụ site na mbibi nke obodo ahụ site na mgbawa nke Ugwu Vesuvius na 79 OA.[2]

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  1. Paula S. Fass, Mary Ann Mason - Childhood in America 2000 0814726925- Page 622 "An infant's cradle referred to the baby's place of lodging, whether in a wicker basket, old box, old chest, or specially designed bed. What really mattered was that any sort of separate bed was better for an infant than being put to sleep with its .."
  2. Life and death in Pompeii and Herculaneum. BBC. Retrieved on 2018-09-11.