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A Step by Step Guide to Egyptian Mummification

This site shows step by step how mummification was done
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This site shows step by step how mummification was done. There is a link to a companion resource that gives embalming tips and information about what sorts of treasures might be buried with the Egyptian royal. In addition there are examples of the canopic jars that held the internal organs of the mummy. You’ll be interested in finding out what specific animal-shaped lid guarded which organ.

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