Tiny hooks were used to pull the brain through the nose.
The brains were the home to the body's soul, so they were not removed.
The skull was cut open to remove the brains.
The brain was forced through the nostrils when saw dust was pushed into the body through the ears.
A form of payment made to buy protection from a stronger nation.
An embalmed body wrapped in strips of cloth.
A large monument built for a king's burial.
A British word meaning "Mother."
It was a place of eternal rest.
It was a place, much like Egypt, where you lived and played after you died.
It was a place you went to meet the gods.
It was a place where you were given a "do over" for all of your mistakes on earth.
You had to have your name written down.
You had to have your body preserved.
You had to pass the weighing of the heart test in the Hall of Maat.
The body had to be given a ritual bath in the waters of the Nile.
Together, the Ba and the Ka are the dead person's soul.
The Ba and the Ka were the names of the prayers said for the dead.
The Ba and the Ka were the names of the containers used to store the heart and the brain.
The Ba and the Ka were the two gods who guided the dead to the afterlife.
Jars of Life.
Jar Jar Binks..
The burial process took about 70 days.
The process began at birth and lasted until the time of one's death.
It depended on how many people attended the procession.of the body.
It depended on how much money the family had to spend.
A book of magic.
The pharaoh's official list of all who had died.
Papyrus scrolls with spells that helped guide the dead safely to the afterlife.
The life story of those who were to buried, read aloud so they would not forget it in the afterlife.