Ancient Egypt

BY: Ella Ray

Anubis

Anubis is the god of mummification. When someone was preforming mummification, they would where a mask with Anubis on it.

KING TUT

King Tut was one of the pharaohs in Ancient Egypt. Nobody knows how he died, but scientists are still trying to figure out how. His tomb was never found by Grave Robbers. But on November 26 1922, by Howard Carter.

Mummification

The process of mummification starts with the announcement of death. Then the removal of the brain. After that, it is the removal of the internal organs. The stomach, liver, intestines, and lungs. Then, you dry out the body with Natron Salt. After that, you wrap the body with linen. You have to put amulets in between layers of linen. The last process is the Final Procession. During the Final Procession, strong men carry the sarcophagus. They have to be strong because the sarcophagus is made of pure gold.

Giza

This is Giza. Giza contains 3 pyramids, and a sphinx.

Nile River

The Nile River was a very important part of Ancient Egypt. The Nile was also know as "The Giver of Life" because it provided water for crops and thirst.

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