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What are the burial practices of different tribes in the Philippines?
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The principal tribes of the Philippines are; Igorots, Aeta, Manobo, Mandaya, Mangan, Dabawenyo the different tribes in the Philippines are t'boli, tagbanua.isneg…, ibaloi, tausugs and etc.
According to a census taken in 2000, the religions in the Philippines are as follows: Roman Catholic 80.9%, Muslim 5%, Evangelical 2.8%, Iglesia ni Cristo 2.3%, Aglipayan …2%, Other Christian 4.5%, Other 1.8%, Unspecified 0.6%, None 0.1%.
the ethnic tribes are: mangyans,aetas,tiboli
There are only two different religion practices in Egypt. Some people are Catholic and some are Muslim. Egyptians have their own Christmas. The Catholic Egyptians celebr…ate this. Some Egyptians celebrate Christmas on December 25 also.
Wealthy Eygptians preserved bodies as mummies
Well in Egypt when you died they disemboweled you they also took out your brain, then salted your remains then mummified you, and if you were one of importance all of your val…uables and favorite things got put with you since they believed it would matter still even once you are dead.Then they worship the coffin hopeing peace in the after-life.
Islamic burials are much simpler than traditional burials. You simply bury the person, maybe have an Imam say a few words and bless them. Everyone says under their breath "All…ahu'akbar" which means "God is the greatest." His family might say something, or they might just sit and cry. Its not a very "formal" burial (with lots of people and everyone dressed in black).
it was a very heavely practiced tradition
The ancient Egyptians were really cool, they had an elaborate set of burial customs that they believed were necessary to ensure their immortality after death. These rituals in…cluded mummification, casting of magic spells, and burial with specific grave goods thought to be needed in the afterlife. From the earliest periods of Egyptian history, all Egyptians were buried with at least some burial goods which they thought necessary after death. At a minimum, these usually consisted of everyday objects such as bowls, combs, and other trinkets, along with food. Wealthier Egyptians could afford to be buried with jewellery, furniture, and other valuables, which made them targets of tomb robbers. is when you tie a pharoah in toilet paper and put him in a tumb with ruby's and poems also blessing's
One was to offer flowers and spay body spray on the body In Nepal and India they would often burn the bodies on funeral pyres near the holy rivers, and then spread the ashes… into the river. The most holy river is the ganges river, and that was the most treasured place to have your ashes spread on. The quality of wood is also important. The favoritefavourite wood is Sandalwood, but it is fairly rare in India and therefore very expensive, so only the wealthier families can afford it. As to the symbolism and meaning inherent in such ceremonies I do not know. I only viewed some burnings as an outsider.
The people are now Muslims and Christians, and their burial practises depend on their religion.
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Phoenicians mainly practiced cremation, a minority using inhumation. This shifted in the early 5th Century BCE to favouring inhumation.
it would be the Nile river and the delta Nile