Lift the Lid on Mummies Unravel the Mysteries of the Egyptian Tombs and Make Your Own Mummy! by Jacqueline Dineen
  

Lift the Lid on Mummies Unravel the Mysteries of the Egyptian Tombs and Make Your Own Mummy!

Written by Jacqueline Dineen
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Lift the Lid on Mummies Unravel the Mysteries of the Egyptian Tombs and Make Your Own Mummy! by Jacqueline Dineen

Embalm Your Own Mummy! Discover Ancient Burial Rituals! Includes Body Organs, Shroud, and Canopic Jars! This exploration kit combines lessons in science, archaeology, and anthropology with the experience of creating your very own mummy! The kit includes a mummy figurine, major internal organs with canopic jars for storing them, gauze for wrapping, and cardboard press-out amulets to protect the spirit as it travels to the afterlife and more! Lift the Lid on Mummies shows how mummification was the key to the afterlife in many ancient cultures, mainly in ancient Egypt, South America and China, and asks how South Americans mummified their dead and how a 2000-year-old iceman was found intact.

About the Author

JACQUELINE DINEEN is a highly experienced author and editor. She has written many books for children, including several books on religions, customs and celebrations worldwide.

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Book Info

Format

Mixed media product
Contains 1 Other merchandise
24 pages

Author

Jacqueline Dineen
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Publisher

Apple Press

Publication date

1st September 1998

ISBN

9781850769903


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