A mummy is a deceased human or an animal whose skin and organs have been
preserved by .... Mummification is one of the defining customs in ancient Egyptian
society for ..... Rather than developing e...
Why did the ancient Egyptians mummify their dead? The ancient Egyptians
believed that when someone died, their soul left their body. The soul would then
Sep 8, 2014 ... Why was mummification used in Ancient Egypt, and why did they leave the heart
in the body? The Egyptians believed that it was possible to ...
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The ancient Egyptians believed the soul and the body of a person were linked, ...
which is why they went to such lengths to mummify the bodies of their dead.
Jan 18, 2012 ... Mummification is a type of preservation of the dead that was most notably ...
process well into the Roman period (40 B.C. – AD 364) of their history. ... The
Ancient Egyptians believed that the body was the house for the soul.
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Feb 6, 2011 ... ... why the Egyptians mummified their dead and discusses Ancient Egyptian ...
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It was important in their religion to preserve the dead body in as life-like a manner
... and Fifth Dynasties, Egyptians probably began to mummify the dead
intentionally. ... This they did by covering the body with natron, a type of salt
which has great ... Ancient writers, modern scientists, and the mummies
themselves all help us ...
Jan 3, 2006 ... What did they want in their tombs to take with them to the afterlife? ... Why did the
ancient Egyptians mummify bodies? ... It actually could animate a statue of the
dead person, or much better, the body of the dead person.
Ancient Egyptians believed in an afterlife when someone died. ... as they thought
that, in order to have an afterlife, the dead person would have to repossess his or
her body. ... This is the step-by-step process* of how mummification took place: ....
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