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In Ancient Egypt, Mummification was the process of preserving a dead body from decaying
First, we take out the brain and the organs as these would decay the quickest
P.s The heart is treated with special care and put back in the body.
The organs are placed in 'canopic' jars which are special jars
The body is then filled and covered with Natron salt to remove moisture and left for 40 days.
40 Days Later...
Now that all the moisture has been taken out, the body is rubbed with oils and sometimes resin and is wrapped in linen and cloths.
The mummy was a Pharaoh so he is put in a 'Sarcophagus' and is buried
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