So this is how mummy is made
The purpose of mummification was to keep the body intact so that it could be taken to the spiritual realm.
This they did by covering the body with Natron, a type of salt that has drying properties, and by placing additional Natron packets inside the body.
When the body was completely dry, the plasterers removed the inner packets and lightly washed the Natron off the body.
Pharaoh was the most powerful king of Egypt, who ruled in the 16th century BC.
These mummies belong to those pharaohs.
Pharaoh was a title given to religious and political leaders.
His dead body was kept in a coffin and buried in a pyramid.
For this reason, many great kings and gurus of Egypt were kept mummified.
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