The ancient Egyptians did not mummify their gods but the bodies of their dead.
The Egyptians decided to mummify the rich/pharaohs because their belief in afterlife
The ancient Egyptians did.
The Egyptians used to mummify their dead. Dry air can mummify a body.
The ancient Egyptians mummified dead bodies of dead fellow Egyptians.
when they wanted to murder poeple
The ancient Egyptians used many stages to mummify bodies once the person had died they would cover them in a substance that would dry there skin out.
They mummified there body to preserve them.
to preserve the body for the afterlife
They used to do so in Egypt.
Yes, royal children.
The Ancient Egyptians believed that if they mummify their dead, they(the mummy) would achieve happiness in life after death; They built pyramids for pharaohs, they believed that it made them immortal.
That would be pretty difficult for them to do, seeing as how they don't have kings anymore. Egyptians did not mummify their rulers at any time after the Roman Conquest (over 2000 years ago).
ancient Egyptians believed in life after death idiots
with chemicals and....
the Egyptians believed some animals were messengers of the Gods so the Egyptians sent the animals to the afterlife by mummifying
They were sacred to the crocodile god, Sobek.
they mummified people in linen wrapp
because people in Egypt use to do that,,they believe in that.....
To mummify the deceased.
No only the important people
Egyptians used to mummify their dead because they believed that they would need to be recognized in the afterlife.
The Egyptians mummified their dead because the spirit could not recognize the decaying body.
No. Modern Egyptians primarily bury their dead in accordance with Islamic or Christian rites.
3000 B.C. is when they started
They believed that they were messengers of the Cat Goddess Bastet.
they believed it would keep them sacred.
it is called natron
only Pharaoh's where suppose to be mummified and it took them 2 to 3 months to mummify a dead body.
they thought that it would protect the mummies in the afterlife.
mummified cats and dogs but only if that was their rulers pet.
so that they could like eat more donughts
to preserve the body because they wanted it to be perfect for the afterlife.
The ancient Egyptians mummified their pets and animals because they wanted them to go to the afterlife with them.
Egyptians did all kinds of people. Didn't matter if they were poor, bad, rich, pharaoh or Queen.
The process itself took 70 days.
So the body doesnt decay as fast as it normally does when its not wraped.
The Ancient Egyptians took 70 days to mummify their people.
they mummify their death because if they don't they will come as ghosts
Theoretically, the Egyptians could have mummified any animal they wanted. But, they only mummified animals that they thought human decedents would want as company in the afterworld. So, the smallest animal they usually bothered to mummify was a pet cat.
The ancient Egyptians mummify gods, pharaohs, godesses, etc... Any person of notability and or whom ever can afford it. They also mummified pets. They mummified humans as well as animals such as cats, cows and crocodile. Animals were mummified as they were believed to be messengers of the gods.
The Egyptians believed that by mummifying their dead, that it would ensure they would have a successful journey and peaceful life in another life after death.
To preserve the bodies for use in the afterlife Also to keep the bodies clean.
they were mostly buried in pyramids. So they can live in the afterlife.
so a person's ba could have a place to stay
honey doesnt spoil. ancient egyptians used it to mummify the dead. and im pretty sure sugar has a long shelf life. honey doesnt spoil. ancient egyptians used it to mummify the dead. and im pretty sure sugar has a long shelf life.
They mummified cats because cats were sacred to the Egyptians, and they felt it was necessary to preserve their body.
yes. they used a salt compound called matron to mummify the kings or pharaoh's
So that the body can be preserved and the soul can move on to the afterlife.(the egyptians believed in the after life).