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In Ancient Egypt, death was the most important event in someone's life. It was quite significant so that they can be reborn in the afterlife.
To enter the afterlife, there were a multitude of customs and steps to do so, successfully.
Firstly, the corpse was usually buried with their belongings and goods, depending on their social class. If they lived a rich and wealthy life, they would usually be buried with furniture, jewellery etc. But if they lived in a lower class, they would usually be buried with bowls etc.
Secondly, the corpse would go through a process of mummification and their remains would be contained in jars!
NOPE. NOPE. NOPE. Just, no.
And after that long process, the corpse should've successfully been mummified and entered the afterlife.
See you in the afterlife...
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