Hers, her husbands or that of the dead drunk parrot?
Any of them.
Or of a wretched merchant?
Is the "ad" before sepulchrum grammatically necessary? I know in Ancient Greek it was common to restate the preposition even if it was already in the verb, but not necessary. Is it the same for Latin?
Both are accepted, but do you think the meaning, in Latin, would be rather:
-She arrives at the grave.
-She arrives to the grave?