He must be the maker of gallows, because his body lasts more than a thousand tenants.
What is the one who builds stronger than the bricklayer, the carpenter, or the carpenter?
In the cemetery, two gravediggers excavate a grave for Ofelia, while arguing if Ophelia should be buried with a Christian burial in the cemetery since her death appears to be a suicide.
Why can't that be the skull of a lawyer?
Where are the quiddities of him now?
The first gravedigger, who speaks cunningly and mischievously, asks the second gravedigger a riddle. The second gravedigger answers him, but it was not the answer that the first gravedigger was looking for and corrects him.
Whose grave is it?
It belong to who was a woman, sir; but let her soul rest, she is dead
Hamlet and Horacio walk into the distance and watch the gravediggers at work.
Since when are you a gravedigger?
Hamlet gazes in amazement at the skulls they excavate to make room for the fresh grave and darkly speculates what occupations the owners of these skulls performed in life
Hamlet asks the gravedigger whose grave he digs, and the gravedigger speaks to him verbally, first stating that the grave is his since he is digging it, then that the grave does not belong to any man or woman, because men and women women are living. Finally, he admits that it belongs to a woman.
The gravedigger, who does not recognize Hamlet as the prince, tells him that he has been a gravedigger since King Hamlet defeated the old Fortinbras in battle, the same day that young Prince Hamlet was born.