World cultures mummification storyborard
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Someone has died, in order for him to have a chance in the afterlife, we need to preserve his body now!
Step 1: Announcement of Death Step 2: Embalming the Body. Step 3: Removal of Brain. Step 4: Removal of Internal Organs. Step 5: Drying Out Process. Step 6: Wrapping of the Body. Step 7: Final Procession.
The materials needed to mummify a body were linen, sawdust, lichen, beeswax, resin, natron, onion, Nile mud, linen pads, frankincense.
The reason mummification was put into place was to preserve dead bodies for the afterlife. The tools used for the process of mummification were brain hooks, Oil Jars, Funnels, and Embalmer's Knife
The mummification process took about 70 days to complete in ancient Egypt. The mummifications were performed by skilled artisans called Embalmers. Priests also to place into mummification especially in step 7 (Final Procession).
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