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MUMMIES by: Aidan Brock, Grade 4. F acts. A mummy is a body that has been saved after life. The ancient Egyptians believed in the after life. T hat’s why they made mummies. Making mummies is called mummification.

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Mummies by aidan brock grade 4

MUMMIESby: Aidan Brock, Grade 4


F acts

Facts

  • A mummy is a body that has been saved after life.

  • The ancient Egyptians believed in the after life. That’s why they made mummies.

  • Making mummies is called mummification.

  • The earliest ancient Egyptians buried their dead in small pits in the desert.

  • The god of mummification is Anubis.

  • Protective spells were written on coffins.


More facts

More Facts

  • After wrapping, a mask was put over the head and shoulders.

  • The mummification process took around 70 days.

  • There were 11 steps in the mummification process.

  • Egyptians believed when a person died, they made a journey into the next life.

  • Researchers have a good idea of what the ancient Egyptians looked like in life 3,000 years ago.


Websites

Websites

http://www.ancientegypt.co.uk/mummies/home.html

http://resources.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk/homework/egypt/mummies.htm

http://www.si.edu/Encyclopedia_SI/nmnh/mummies.htm


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