Why Was Mummification Important to Egyptians?

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Mummification was important to Egyptians because they believed that death was the beginning of the journey to the afterlife. In order for a person to go to the afterlife, all of their body parts must be preserved. The Egyptian mummification process was done to prevent the body from rotting.
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Because of Isis. When Seth murdered his brother Osiris, he cut his body into pieces before he hid them in 14 different locations. Isis found the body parts and put them together to
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they wanted to preseve there body so that they could use it in the new world. and they had there other body parts that were taken out put in jars for gods. if they were realy rich
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The Egyptians disemboweled as part of the mummification
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