Egyptian Mummies?


An Egyptian mummy is the body of a person or an animal that has been preserved after death. It can be dried out by extreme cold, by the sun, by smoke, or using chemicals such as natron. The Egyptians believe it was an essential rite to ensure a safe passage to the afterlife.
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The Ancient Egyptians made mummies to bury their dead; especially their kings, queens and other nobility members. This was a part of their preparation for the afterlife.
YOU WILL FIRST NEED TO DROP DEAD. Your dead body is collected and cleaned, then taken to the 'place of embalming', called the wabet. MAKE SURE YOU WILL HAVE AN EGYPTIAN PRIEST nearby
the Anubis priests.
An Egyptian Mummy is the dead body of a human being or animal preserved by the ancient
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Egyptian mummies were preserved by the process of mummification. The body was first washed and purified. The washed body had its organs, except the heart, removed ...
Mummies were made to preserve the bodies.The Egyptians believed in life after death. They believed that they had to preserve their bodies so they could use them ...
Remove the organs from the body, dry the body out, stuff the body with linen, coat the body with resin, wrap the body in linen, place special amulets on the body ...
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