Can anything other than a building be Grade II (or Grade I) listed? Such as a lake, or anything else? Is there a very specific legal definition of something that is Grade II listed? What kind of protection do antiquated human remains (like a mummy) fall under - are they antiques, can they be protected by the National Trust, or does their human status mean something else? If you haven't guessed, I'm writing about a person who is so very old, they're granted protection, like a listed building. I thought Grade II listed person had a bit of an unusual ring to it, which I liked - but National Trust protection would be cool too. Just wondering if anyone had any thoughts about this, which one a living thing would be most likely to fall under.