What did the Egyptians put in their tombs?

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Ancient Egyptians believed it was very important to preserve the human body. The bodies were buried in the tombs with all of their belongings that they believed they would need in the afterlife. The tomb walls were also painted with scenes of their life.
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What Did They Put in Egyptian Tombs?
Egyptian tombs were built during the time of the pharaohs from around 3100 to 1100 B.C. Architecture of tombs evolved from relatively simple structures to massive stone pyramids to elaborately decorated underground tunnels.... More »
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Some of the things that Egyptians put in their tombs were material goods like clothing, jewelleries and furniture. It was believed that the dead would need these things on their journey to afterworld. These tombs were built in the times of pharaoh from 3100 to 1100 B.C.
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