What tense is it? What part of speech is it?
Eleanor Rigby died in the church and was buried along with her name.
My question concerns the second phrase, "was buried along with her name".
1. Is the second phrase a phrase or a clause? For it to be a clause I should see a subject I believe.
2. Is it Past Simple, with "was" as the main verb? (it cannot be past continuous, as there is no ING anywhere.)
3. Is "buried along with her name" a noun phrase? How can "buried" be a noun if there is no ING, making it a gerund?