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101 Wacky Facts About Mummies

by Jack C. Harris

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Published by Scholastic Paperbacks .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsBryan Hendrix (Illustrator)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7540812M
ISBN 100590448897
ISBN 109780590448895
OCLC/WorldCa25197235

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The unbelievable but true facts about mummies are here. *A mummy was found with a newspaper from. *A tomb was discovered containing over a million mummified birds. *Ground-up mummies were used to cure stomachaches. *A mummy was stumbled upon in Colorado.

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[Jack C Harris; Bryan Hendrix] -- Presents unusual information about mummies, such as the story of a mummy who was found with a newspaper fromand the fact that ground-up mummies were once used to cure stomachaches.

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Asset 5. Mummies Not to put too fine a point on it, a mummy is an old dead body. But unlike a skeleton or a fossil, a mummy still retains some of the soft tissue it had when it was alive—most often.

Scientists diagnosed a year old Egyptian mummy with metastatic prostate cancer. – Source. One of the hikers who found “Ötzi,” a year-old mummy buried in ice in the Alps, was found dead, buried in ice, after a hiking accident in He is one of 7 people linked to the mummy to have died within the same year.

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Paperback Used - Good - Wacky Facts About Mummies Harris, Jack C. Paperback Used - Good $ Free shipping. I had been reading about mummification, and perhaps because of this my drawing soon began to look a lot like a mummy.

how Ancient Egypt started. The book that was chosen to travel the world with Tutankhamun's treasures world tour of 10 cities from onwards. You can get the book here. How I Became a Mummy. Mr Mummific tells all. Depiction of Ba over a mummy in a tomb #2 The first step in mummification was removal of internal organs.

As a result of various methods of study over many decades, modern Egyptologists now have an accurate understanding of how the process of mummification was carried out in ancient Egypt. The first step was to remove all internal organs from the deceased as they decay.

8. Intwo American teenagers found two child mummies in a cave in Mexico, smuggled them back to California, and ditched them in a friend’s garage until the friend’s mother discovered the mummies 14 years later. – Source. In s, 2, year old mummies were found in China that were exclusively Caucasoid, or Europoid.

The arm placement of mummies is actually significant. For example, arms crossed over the chest, the image most commonly associated with mummies, was very specifically used for royalty. Predynastic mummies had their hands covering their face, with their arms bent at the elbows.

The Old and Middle Kingdoms were indicated by burial with hands at the sides or occasionally crossed over. 4 Arsenic.

For thousands of years, the ancient people of northern Chile were exposed to significant levels of arsenic. This was the result that the researchers from Chile’s Universidad de Tarapaca received by hair analysis on 45 Andean mummies that were discovered in the Atacama desert region.

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