placing them back in order

He went and captured the third sister, but she was clever and sly. After he had given her the keys ... she ... examined the house, entering finally the forbidden chamber.
Oh, what she saw! He two dear sisters were lying there in the basin, miserably murdered and chopped to pieces. In spite of this she proceeded to gather their parts together, placing them back in order: head, body, arms, and legs. Then, when nothing else was missing, the parts began to move. They joined together, and the two girls opened their eyes and came back to life. Rejoicing, they kissed and hugged one another.
Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm, 'Fitcher's Bird'

1. Image found here.
2. Ruby Sky Stiler: Two figures, 2011. Via the white hotel.