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Egyptian Mummies book. Thirty centuries ago most of the mummified bodies now lying linen-wrapped in the British Museum were alive in ancient Egypt. Why did the Egyptians try to preserve their dead for eternity? How did they achieve it?
Egyptian mummies, Carol Andrews. Contributor(s): British Museum.
Egyptian mummies, Carol Andrews. Material type: BookPublisher: London : Published for the Trustees of the British Museum by the British Museum Press,C. Subject(s): Mummies - EgyptDDC classification: 932 Catalogued By: Mahitab. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.
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Books for adults Egyptian Mummies by Carol Andrews. General introductory activities Locate the area covered by ancient Egypt in an atlas and look at the modern countries which currently exist in this region of the world. Before the visit it is advisable to discuss the issues around displaying human remains. Visit guide: self-directed visits Who are these materials for? These materials are for ESOL, EFL, EAL or IELTS tutors who are planning self-directed visits to the museum. We have provided some background.
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The following is a list of mummies that include Egyptian Pharaohs and their named mummified family members. Some of these mummies have been found to be remarkably intact, while others have been damaged from tomb robbers and environmental conditions. Given the technology/wealth at the time, all known predynastic rulers were buried in open tombs.