They were executed. Exactly twenty-nine days later it happened again. Humanity was lost in the eyes of many, all were executed this happened many times, and the priests asked the cure god for anything to get rid of this disastrous disease, but all the Cure God said was, “ In 200 years I will tell you the cure.” The king made his kingdoms brightest minds come up with a plan to, in the meantime,control the virus. Weekly tests were done by the whole kingdom, if infected they were sent to Crater island named Control Crater for its use to house the infected. Once you were shipped there named infected, you never came back.
In the beginning, there was nothing, and that continued for some time. Then, around 45,000 years ago, humans came trudging out of the primordial soup, and that was something. In about 40,000 BCE, humans first started to create art in what would become known today as the Paleolithic Era. This era is vital to our artistic history because, for the first time, humans were creating true representations, “literally, the presenting again—in different and substitute form—of something observed” (Kleiner 2016), of humans, animals, and the world around them as a whole. The name of Paleolithic stems from the Greek words Paleo, meaning ‘old’, and -lithic, meaning ‘stone’.
Mummification Process As much as we know today about it, mummification still remains a mystery especially the chemicals used to preserve bodies for thousands of years and remain preserved until this day. A great deal of what we know about the actual process is based on the writings of early historians such as Herodotus who recorded the process during his travels to Egypt. Present-day archaeologists and other specialists have also added to this knowledge. The mummification process took seventy days. Special priests worked as embalmers, treating and wrapping the body.
It is one of the most famous stories in all of Egypt. The god Seth killed his brother, the great god Osiris. Around a thousand years later, when Rome conquered the territory that once housed Ancient Egypt, they could have done many things with this myth. They could have denounced it and completely forgotten about it or left native people from that area with the myth for themselves. But instead, they chose to create whole religions around this myth, as well as the many others from all around Egypt.
A way of preserving our minds in the search to become immortal is cryogenically freezing your brain. In an article by Sarah Knapton an Italian surgeon named Sergio Canavero claims that brains that were cryogenically frozen could be “woken up” (Knapton) within three years. However, he goes on to say that there could be a problem because of your brain being in a stranger body were none of the other organs are yours. "What many be problematic, is that no aspect of your original external body remains the same. Your head is no longer there; your brain is transplanted into an entirely different skull” (Knapton).
While the mummification process in ancient Egypt was long and expensive, in Inca culture it was achieved by freeze-drying and was helped by the natural climate conditions. Egyptians used three steps of mummification process; scribe, cut, and embalm. Scribing is used to oversee the cutting of the body, the cutting process is used to make the incision, and embalming is the process of removing the internal organs and preparing the body. Before the body is laid to rest, an entombment cover would be set over the embalmed body. There also may have been a few layers of coffins into which the body would be put.
In 2010, about 58% of baby boys born in America were circumcised (The Baby Center). Although the practice had begun in the 1930s to curb rates of venereal diseases, sex before marriage, and masturbation, its roots can be traced all the way back to ancient Egypt. Being the oldest documented surgical procedure in the world, circumcision is believed to have been developed as a religious ritual, specifically amongst Africans and Jewish peoples. As told by a wall relief in the tomb of a minister of the Pharaoh Teti, ancient Egyptians had been practicing circumcision as early as the 23rd century B.C (Massry). Though the origin of circumcision is unclear, it is commonly accepted that it began as a religious sacrifice, a rite of passage that marks
Set and a small group decided to assassinate Osiris. They made a box to conform to Osiris’s body, trapping and killing the king. Osiris was tricked by Set at a banquet and was convinced to lay down in the box. The assassins quickly closed the box on Osiris and sent it down the Nile river. Osiris had reigned as king over Egypt for 28
invaded Egypt, destroying the persians and delivering the final blow to Egyptian independence. After the death of Alexander the Great Egypt was placed in a very uncomfortable position of no rule in which was filled by Ptolemy in 305 B.C. This period of time ended with the death of Cleopatra VII. This placed Egypt fully into the hands of the Roman
Throughout time civilizations have risen and collapsed. Some were conquered while others simply disappeared. The Egyptian civilization thrived near the Nile River from 3000 B.C. and was later conquered by the Persian Empire around 525 B.C. In the other hand, the Mayan civilization developed in Yucatan Peninsula around 200 B.C., and mysterious disappeared around 900 A.D.