Schelly Dardashti wrote:
What appears on a gravestone is what the family has commissioned.
When we did my father's stone in Segulla twenty-one years ago, they told
us there was no precedent for non-Hebrew letters. We found one on a
horizontal stone, so they said we could do that too. then we found one on
a vertical stone, but on the back. They limited us to that.
Now of course, the courst have gotten involved and you can do whatever you
(Segulla is the only cemetery in Petah Tiqva, but it is privately owned.)