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A Step by Step Guide to Egyptian Mummification
Mummification is the process of preserving a dead body. A mummy is the preserved body of a dead person. Ancient Egyptians wanted to preserve the body for all eternity and believed that an afterlife could only exist if there was a form the ka (soul) could repossess after death. This is why they spent so long on the process of mummification and why Pharoahs began the building of their tombs during their lifetimes. The resource describes the steps of the mummification process. Key words; Ancient Egypt, mummification, afterlife, beliefs, mummy, Pharoahs, tombs

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