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The remains of Infante Jaime will be moved from El Escorial, the royal burial ground where they have been since 1985, to the Pantheon of Infantes which is also situated in El Escorial:

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The Infante Jaime, Duke of Segovia remains are currently in the decaying chamber (El pudridero) which is traditional and they can remain there for up to 25 years before being re interred elsewhere at the El Escorial.
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The Infante Jaime, Duke of Segovia remains are currently in the decaying chamber (El pudridero) which is traditional and they can remain there for up to 25 years before being re interred elsewhere at the El Escorial.
He is in the pudridero since 1985 so already well over 25 years.
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I wonder will there be a Mass or his remains simply just re interred at the Pantheon Real de Infantes?
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I wonder will there be a Mass or his remains simply just re interred at the Pantheon Real de Infantes?
I think there is n o Mass at last there was no public Mass was the remains of his mother where transferred to the Pantheon of the Kings a few year ago.
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Old 03-05-2019, 02:46 PM
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There is no public celebration, the monks of the monastery make the transfer in a private act.
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The Infante Jaime, Duke of Segovia remains are currently in the decaying chamber (El pudridero) which is traditional and they can remain there for up to 25 years before being re interred elsewhere at the El Escorial.
Ah; interesting, so it would seem there are two "stages" to burial in the El Escorial. I wonder why Infante Jaime's remains weren't moved sooner since as has already been pointed out, it's already been 25 years since 1985.
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Ah; interesting, so it would seem there are two "stages" to burial in the El Escorial. I wonder why Infante Jaime's remains weren't moved sooner since as has already been pointed out, it's already been 25 years since 1985.
The remains of Jaime's mother Queen Ena were also left the pudridero for over 40 years before royal entombment.

Though a gruesome job, the gathering of the bones must be "cleaner work" when so much extra time has been allotted. The process reminds me of the Towers of Silence and similar ancient cultural practices, except they mostly rely/relied on carrion birds and meat-eating animals to speed up the skeletonization process.
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The remains of Jaime's mother Queen Ena were also left the pudridero for over 40 years before royal entombment.

Though a gruesome job, the gathering of the bones must be "cleaner work" when so much extra time has been allotted. The process reminds me of the Towers of Silence and similar ancient cultural practices, except they mostly rely/relied on carrion birds and meat-eating animals to speed up the skeletonization process.
Thanks for the additional information. It would seem that Jaime's remains are following in those of his mother's footsteps.
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Thanks for the additional information. It would seem that Jaime's remains are following in those of his mother's footsteps.

Only that his remains will find their last place in the Pantheon of the Infantes not in the Pantheon of the Kings.
Actually everyone who is buried at the Escorial has to go through this Procedur that the remains are first put in the Pudrideor for some time before finding their last place.
I think the only example who did not have to go through it was the remains of King Alfonso XIII. After his death in 1941 he was buired in Rome and when they where transferred to the Escorial in the 1980's they where directly put it the Pantheon of the Kings.
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Only that his remains will find their last place in the Pantheon of the Infantes not in the Pantheon of the Kings.
Actually everyone who is buried at the Escorial has to go through this Procedur that the remains are first put in the Pudrideor for some time before finding their last place.
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I think the only example who did not have to go through it was the remains of King Alfonso XIII. After his death in 1941 he was buired in Rome and when they where transferred to the Escorial in the 1980's they where directly put it the Pantheon of the Kings.
Now that I didn't know. Interesting piece of information.
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The remains of HRH The Infante Carlos, Duke of Calabria are currently in the El Pudridero chamber since his death in 2015.
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and the Count and Countess of Barcelone ?
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and the Count and Countess of Barcelone ?
TRH The Count and Countess I believe are still reposing in the El Pudridero chamber and that there is currently no more space at the Pantheon of the Kings.
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TRH The Count and Countess I believe are still reposing in the El Pudridero chamber and that there is currently no more space at the Pantheon of the Kings.
There are two last places which are for the Count and Countess of Barcelona. King Juan Carlos decided that they should be buired as ithey had reigned as King and Queen but this decision means that for him and Queen Sofia will be no places in the Pantheon of the Kings.
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and the Count and Countess of Barcelone ?
They are resting in the pudridero of the Pantheon of the Kingfs. There are two pudrideros one for the Pantehon of the Kings and one for the Pantheon of the Infantes.
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King Juan Carlos decided that they should be buired as if they had reigned as King and Queen but this decision means that for him and Queen Sofia will be no places in the Pantheon of the Kings.
It's quite fitting anyway that the creators of the "new monarchy" should start a new tradition somewhere else.
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It's quite fitting anyway that the creators of the "new monarchy" should start a new tradition somewhere else.

I hope that they will continue the Tradition and also be buried at the Escorial.
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There was talk about extending the Royal Vaults sometime ago but I've not heard anything of late.
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