The mummification process was held intemporary tent called "per nefers"
It is called the Mummification
When you wrap a mummy it is called the process of mummification
Embalming, or mummification. Both mean the same thing, but embalming is more on the general preserving bodies side than mummification. Mummification is mainly Egyptian.
in a place called a 'ibu'
it was called an canopic jar
the god called wontong was the god of cheese and pork
A process called mummification.
When something is preserved in hot and dry conditions, it is called "mummification".
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 vary depending on what type of mummification being researched.
mummification was originally made in Egypt for preserving their kings in their tombs for afterlife. Egyptians believed there was a cat goddess called Bastet, so they mummified cats too.
The process of taking a corpse and preparing it for burial is called mummification.
Mummification is the real name for it.
The mummification process is not quite complete.
the answer is easy MUMMIFICATION