I am answering from an honest point of view so do not feel that I mean this rude. It was a letter from her son, and I dont think anyone has the right to know what he had to say. I truly hope someone gave them privacy on some part of that whole tragedy. But if you keep looking you may find someone who does know.
a sarcophogas is a coffin for a mummy.
A coffin possessing the shape of a mummy (the shape of a human body).
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Egypt, tomb, bandages, coffin, and pyramid are associated with a mummy.
Cleopatra's mummy is more than likely in her coffin, which is in her tomb, which has not been found.
Inside an Egyptian coffin is a mummy and occasionally a bag of dead butterflies
it's put in a sarcophagus
the mummy was glued to the coffin because of the oil and resin which the egyptians poured on his corpse
The Egyptians sarcophagus often contained a coffin and an inner coffin known as a mummy board. Both the sarcophagus and the coffin could be very plain or extremely ornate.
you wrap her up with toilet paper real good have fun
His remains became a mummy, despite the forces of decomposition.
Coffin,Dessert,Gods,Khufu,Mummy,Nile River and pyramid.
nowhere, you are all idiots! <---- Actually there is somewhere. the sarcophagus.
to make a pharaoh into a mummy by first embalming the mummy and then wrapping the mummy in linen and putting over the body salt and other ingredients and putting the body in a coffin made of gold and painted very beautifully.
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The definition is a princess named Peach married to Mario fell in Bowser's mouth and died. Her body then fell in a time travel device and her mouth closed on a dead mummy?
There is no Princess Amen-Ra. That story was just created as part of the Titanic Curse urban legend which is not true because the Titanic's cargo list never listed a mummy or anything Egyptian as part of its voyage the day it sank. Amen-Ra is an Egyptian god from Egyptian mythology considered the creator of all things and was worshiped greatly by his people. The base of the urban legend was just a coffin lid, no mummy or coffin or anything. It belonged to the Priestess of Amun and is displayed in a British museum. According to museum officials, with the exception of during war and during special exhibits, the sarcophagus lid has never left the museum.
they add some oil to their skin and wrap them with bandages and put them in a sarcofigus (coffin) and put that in a tomb to perform a mummy in the tomb.
Nothing. Everything was placed in it's tomb such as gold, food, water,t treasure, weapons, and things for the afterlife.
Nope but I do hope they make one soon!I think it's going to be a mummy coffin
The mummys organs are removed and placed in vases. Next the body will be filled with herbs and spices. The body will be wrapped with cloth.Last the mummy is placed in a coffin
You embalm it after the body is really dead. to make they need to take thing out of your body then clean it dry it the wrap it in cloth and put it in a box or a coffin
A mummy is an artifact. Also include the relief from the tomb of mentuemhet, the canopic jar of pa-ef-heri-nefer, and the anthropoid coffin.
In their preperation for re-birth after death, particularly later in New Kingdom, the wealthy ancient Egyptians might prepare themselves by purchasing a sarcophagus.