Why did the egyptains use the mummification process?
Egyptians used the mummification process to preserve dead bodies. A mummification was very expensive, therefore, normally only royalty could afford it.
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No, people do not still use the mummification process, however it can occur naturally in dry places like a desert.
No, these two processes are quite different. Embalming is the process of putting chemicals into a deceased body to preserve it longer. Mummification is a process that is a step more than embalming, and is most known for it's use in Ancient Egypt. Mummification includes the removal of organs, embalming, and wrapping, respectively. This however, is the simplest explanation, or essence, of what mummification is. There are many more steps involved in mummification, but they… Read More
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Ancient Egyptians would use molten resin to stuff this material in the mummy's body during the process of mummification.
sol Nitron was used in the mummification process. Certain organs (like the liver) were removed beforehand, embalmed and placed in canopic jars to be buried with the mummy.
It takes 70 days to complete the mummification process.
the process of mummification and the process of petrification both keep bacteria out, so that the body does not decay
mummification is a process of preserving dead bodies.
The mummification process is not quite complete.
Oil then resin.
Okay, 'The ancient Egyptians used the mummification process to create a mummy."
It was their custom. They believed that they needed to preserve the body to get to the afterlife.
we know about mummification by the evidence found with mummies
Natron was meant to absorb moisture without drying the body out.
it is in 190,000 B.C to 100 B.C. that mummification was created.
The word 'mummification' is a noun, a word for a process; a word for a thing.
Mummification was expensive. This is proven because only wealthy people could afford the full mummification process.
Mummification was not only a technical process but a ritual one, seeking to recreate the making of the first original mummy, Osiris.
Yes, the process was expensive.
it is mummification
they did that because so they could keep the body mummified for the after life that they believed in.
The mummification process was held intemporary tent called "per nefers"
NO. Mummification is the process of removing your internal organs while embalming is the process of putting chemicals on/in the body to preserve it.
they did school with it
Removal of the organs helped the mummification process because it eliminated another source of decay within the body.
The second step in the mummification process is to make a cut in the left side and take out the lungs, liver, intestines, and stomach.
They stuffed beeswax in the nostrils. But i want to know what they put in the eyes of the mummies?
It is Tutankhamun
Why did the Egyptians not remove the heart in the mummification process and why why did the Egyptians not take out the heart in the mummification process and why?
The heart was kept in to be weighed in the afterlife.It was the only internal organ that was not removed.
The Egyptains use it.
Ancient Egyptians started preserving bodies The most complicated mummification process The technique used on royals and high officials from the New Kingdom until the start of the Late Period, about 1550 to 664 BCE, is considered the best and most complicated mummification process. - See more at: http://australianmuseum.net.au/How-were-ancient-Egyptians-mummified#sthash.U7ICom0G.dpuf The most complicated mummification process The technique used on royals and high officials from the New Kingdom until the start of the Late Period, about 1550 to… Read More
An issue is when they do the mummification process.
The egyptians, summarians.
by the mummification process
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It was salt to the ancient Egyptians. They used it to fill dead bodies in the mummification process to absorb moisture. By the way...the mummification process took 70 days to complete.
With a dehydration process. Bodies were covered with a natural sodium mixture (natron) for drainage. The mummification process took 70 days to complete.
Embalming, or mummification. Both mean the same thing, but embalming is more on the general preserving bodies side than mummification. Mummification is mainly Egyptian.
i believe they would do it any where
approximately 70 days
it eventually disinegrates. :)