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Mummies of Egypt 
Animal mummies in the Cairo museum animal mummies in the Cairo museum, study and preserve mummified sacred animals and beloved pets of the Ancient Egyptians. Learn more about archaeology, ancient Egypt, and mummies
CT-scan of a mummy CT-scan of a mummy
Cyber mummy unlock the secrets of a mummy with the help of modern medical imagery, a supercomputer, and an archeologist
Digital mummies Ramses, Sekenenre, Siptah, Nes Ta Neb, Ashru, Thoetmoses, Ramesses, Sethos, Seti, Merneptah, Yuya, Thuya, Tau a Quen, Toetanchamon, Amenhotep, Amenophis, Tiye, Echnaton, Achnaton
Egyptian mummies the methods of embalming, or treating the dead body, that the ancient Egyptians used is called mummification. Using special processes, the Egyptians removed all moisture from the body, leaving only a dried form that would not easily decay
Egyptian mummification An Overview of Mummification in Ancient Egypt, Mummies of Ancient Egypt- The Process and Beyond
Egyptian mummification mummification is the preservation of a body, either animal or human. Some mummies are preserved wet, some are frozen, and some are dried
Evaluation of an ancient Egyptian mummy with spiral CT Paankhenamun
Howard Carter and the "Curse of the Mummy" Howard Carter, curse of the mummy
Merenre I Merene I
Mummified body the mummified body, after death it was preserved through the process of mummification, in which it was dried out with salts and wrapped in linen strips and sheets soaked with resin so that it would remain unchanging and whole forever
Mummies Overview of Mummies, During the early 19th century many mummies were destroyed, find out what happened along, Mummification, How was a mummy prepared? Find out how it was done, Burial the of Mummy, Read about the burial process after the mummy was prepared for its final resting place, the tomb
Mummies the mummies
Mummies of ancient Egypt last updated august 6, 1997
Mummies of the world a mummy, to put it bluntly, is an old dead body. But unlike a skeleton or a fossil, a mummy still retains some of the soft tissue it had when it was alive -- most often skin, but sometimes organs and muscles, as well. This tissue preservation can happen by accident or through human intervention but, in either case, it occurs when bacteria and fungi are unable to grow on a corpse and cause its decay
Mummification The preservation of the body was an essential part of ancient Egyptian funerary practice, since it was to the body that the KA would return in order to find sustenance. If the body had decayed or was unrecognizable the ka would go hungry, and the afterlife be jeopardized. Mummification was therefore dedicated to the prevention of decay, ...
Mummy page
Mummy masks faces of the dead
Oasis of the dead Roman-era tombs southwest of Cairo yield scores of gilded mummies
Radiocarbon dating
Royal mummies Sequenenre Tao, Ahmose, Tuthmosis I, Tuthmosis II, Hatshepsut, Tuthmosis III, Amenhotep II, Tuthmosis IV, Amenhotep III, Armana Mummy, Tutankhamen, Seti I, Rameses II, Merneptah, Seti II, Siptah, Rameses III, Rameses IV, Rameses V, Rameses VI
Theban royal mummy project an online catalogue of mummies from the Theban cache tombs DB 320 & KV 35, plus other royal & non-royal mummies from the Theban Necropolis, archeological data about New Kingdom and Third Intermediate Period royal mummies from the Theban cache tombs
The clickable mummy click on different parts of the Mummy to view interesting facts and information about the mummification process
Virtual mummy unwrapping a mummy by mouse click, You can examine the reconstruction of the mummy's head here
Who was among the royal mummies? various mummies that have been uncovered

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