Making a Mummy

December 2007
Weekly Reader News - Senior;12/7/2007, Vol. 86 Issue 13, p4
The articles lists the procedures of how Egyptian priests mummified bodies which include removing the organs and the nose through the nose using a sharp tool, washing the body and organs with alcohol, coating the body with salt to dry the skin and dressing the body in fine robes and jewels.


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