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EGYPT--Description of Egyption culture, mummification, government and religion of ancient egypt--also a comparison with modern Egypt
Ancient Egyptians had strong beliefs about their dead, and they were obsessed with the afterlife and the requirement to preserve their dead. The Egyptians developed mummification for preserving their dead.
At least nine steps were involved in the making of a mummy. It usually took about seventy days before mummification was completed.
The first step was to remove the internal organs. These organs are usually the first to decay. Embalmers used a rod to take out the brain tissue through the nose. They did not save the brain; however, they did preserve the heart. They…
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