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Ancient Egypt


The Mummies and the Wonders of Ancient Egypt
Journey back to the rich and fantastic world of ancient Egypt

Pictures of Mummies
Photographs of Ancient Egyptian Mummies.

The Magic Book Lesson
Learn how to build a pyramid, embalm a mummy and scribe in ancient hieroglyphic writing with this interactive egyptian site.

The Mummy Maker
You will be the assistant to the chief embalmer, as you prepare the body of Ramose

Explore Real Egyptian Mummies
Let's discover more by looking at three REAL mummy photos and x-rays. Click on a mummy to find out more...

The Mummification Process
The ancient Egyptians developed a sophisticated method to preserve a dead body for the afterlife: mummification

A mummy is a preserved corpse that, due to shielding from..

What Are Mummies?
The who, what, why, where and how all about mummies.

Canopic Jars
A method of artificial preservation, called mummification was developed by the ancient Egyptians. During the process of mummification, all of the major organs were removed and placed in canopic jars.

Mummies in Ancient Egypt
In Egypt, the dead were originally not mummified with the extensive process..

Encyclopedia Smithsonian: Egyptian Mummies
Encyclopedia Smithsonian on Egyptian Mummies, mummification, archaeology, artifacts, funerary arts

The Theban Royal Mummy Project
The Theban Royal Mummy Project represents an attempt to bring archeological data about New Kingdom and Third Intermediate Period royal mummies from the Theban cache tombs together in an easy-to-access, systematic fashion


The ancient Egyptians believed in the resurrection of the body and life everlasting. This belief was rooted in what they observed each day

Howstuffworks - Mummification
Mummies are thousands of years old, but our fascination with them is timeless. Learn how mummies are made (and about mummy curses!).

Canopic jar
Among the ancient Egyptians, canopic jars were covered funerary vases, normally composed of clay, intended to keep the viscera of mummified corpses...