The technique used on royals and high officials from the New Kingdom until the start of the Late Period, about to BCE, is considered the best and most complicated mummification process. The first step in this technique involved the removal and preservation of most of the internal organs. The lungs, stomach, liver and intestines were separately embalmed and placed into canopic jars. These jars were often decorated with one of the four animal-headed sons of the god Horus, with each son protecting a particular organ. Preservation of these organs was important as they allowed the dead person to breathe and eat in the afterlife. However, usually only the wealthy could afford to have their organs embalmed and stored in this way. After about BCE the practice changed.
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The project employs controlled laboratory experiments to compare desiccation rates in natural and artificial mummification processes while considering the cultural context of the funerary practices. Artificial mummification techniques of the Egyptian and Inca cultures are considered. Natural mummification includes artificial heating and cooling of the carcass buried in sand within a clay pot. Egyptian mummification requires evisceration of the carcass, treatment with alcohol to limit bacterial activity, and submergence in Natron.
Polish archaeologists discovered several hundred of them at the site. The unearthing of the mummified bodies is expected to help researchers better understand a very important site and also the religious beliefs of ordinary ancient Egyptians. Kamil Kuraszkiewicz. They had been working in the area near Djoser Pyramid , close to the ancient capital of Memphis in Lower Egypt. The majority of the mummies found near Djoser pyramid were laid to rest with only modest arrangements. This was a burial area that was believed to have been the necropolis for the inhabitants of Memphis. The best-known monument in this cemetery is the Djoser pyramid, which is a step-temple, reportedly designed by the legendary vizier Imhotep. It dates to the 27th century BC and is commonly regarded as the first pyramid ever built. In ancient Egyptian beliefs, the dry moat trench was a type of symbolic path or structure that the pharaoh had to traverse on his route to immortal life.