Essay On Mummification

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The method of preparation or dealing with the dead body used by ancient Egyptians is called Mummification. Using the special method, the Egyptians removed all liquids from the body, keeping only a dry body that could not be easily rotted. It was necessary in their belief to save the body in life like the way. Today we can see the bodies of stuffed Egyptians and have a good knowledge of what he or she looks like in life, 3,000 years ago.
The process used by the ancient Egyptians to make mummification was
1. Insert the nail on the hole near the nose and pull the part of the brain
2. Make the cut on the left side of the body near the abdomen
3. Remove all internal organs.
4. Allow dry internal organs
5. Put all dried organs into jars
6. Put the
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Each type of material had a varied use. Limestone, for the most part, had two uses.
Peter James, who has been studying the construction of the pyramids for more than 20 years, said that under current theories, Egyptians should place a large mass every three minutes on long slopes. It also asserts that the slopes should have been at least a quarter of a mile to get the right angle of the bricks that are taken to such heights.

Egyptian Inventions

Invention 1: Papyrus Sheets
Papyrus is the earliest paper used for writing and drawing. Replaced stones, animal, mud skins, and wood materials. Ancient Egyptians used papyrus to make paper, baskets, sandals, mats, ropes, blankets, tables, chairs, mattresses, medicine, perfumes, food and clothing. Truly, papyrus was a "gift of the Nile" mission. They even tried to make boats from papyrus, but this did not work very well.
Papyrus provides us with great ideas about papermaking and other industries that have developed a process and have become a modern paper for writing.
It was exported throughout the Mediterranean and was widely used in the Roman Empire as well as the Byzantine Empire. It continued to be used in Europe until the seventh century.

Invention 2: The
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