Padiaset is an Egyptian man living in the glorious 26th dynasty. he is the son of a priest who worships the god Ra in the city of Heliopolis. Sadly Padiaset couldn't become a priest and died dejected in a battle.
Padiaset is transferred to a tomb followed by a group of mourners. The first step in his preparation for the after-life is for the embalmers to pick out his brain through his nose since Egyptians thought the brain was worthless.
The mans four main internal organs (the intestines, the stomach, the liver, and the lungs) are removed and put in canopic jars with lids that are the heads of the god Horus's for sons.
Next the body is stuffed with natron to preserve it which will be taken off in 40 days.
After 40 days the body is covered in resin, wrapped in linen, and then covered in amulets.
Finally, a death mask is placed on the corpse and it is placed in a sarcophagus which is placed in a mummy case. This is the end of Padiaset's sad story.