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Embalm your own mummy with this Flash game.

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Mummy Maker ... In ancient Egypt, when you died, it was believed that your soul went on a ... Once you make your choice for each task there is no going back.

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Mummy Maker ... The chief embalmer, Kha, will be watching your work closely. ... Travel back in time to Ancient Britain and create your own stone circle.

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Click here to play the Mummy Maker ... How about a 3D visualisation of a 2300 year old mummy: Medical Visualization: .... Make Your Own Game of Senet.

www.nationalgeographic.com/archaeology-and-history/magazine/2017/03-04/egyptian-mummification-technique-process-purpose

How to Make a Mummy in 70 Days or Less .... Mummification allowed the spirit of the deceased to recognize its own body, joyfully return to it, and be reborn. .... as part of the solemn ritual known as the Opening of the Mouth: “Your mouth now ...

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DIY Mummy Costume | Your Costume Idea for Halloween, Mardi Gras and Carnival ... 36 Elaborate Halloween Costumes to Make Everyone Jealous ...... bags with light, moldable filling (think leaves or cotton balls) to create your own mummy.

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Oct 16, 2011 ... Discover the best on-line resources to embalm your own Egyptian mummy, while learning about the mummification process for kids.

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Feb 10, 2011 ... Make your own mummy out of a Cornish game hen!

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To make your own mummy at home, wrap a doll or foil form in paper mache. Next , create and paint a paper mache sarcophagus to house your mummy. Lastly ...

www.sciencebuzz.org/kiosks/science-museum-minnesota/make-your-own-mummy

Want to make your own mummy? Here's how. You'll need: a plastic container with an airtight lid;; small muslin bags (ours were 8"x6"), or cheesecloth;; twine; ...