The Most Expensive Pigments in Ancient Egypt, the Time Needed to Carry Out the Mummification Process, the Survival Strategy of Tilapia Fish, the Symbolism of Tilapia Oil in Ancient Egypt, the Ancient Egyptians Writing to the Deceased as Though They Were Alive, the Most Popular Game of Ancient Egypt and the Significance it Held for Daily Life, and the Belief that the Noise Level of a Funeral Impacts the Souls Ability to Ascend to the Afterlife

Blues and greens were amongst the most costly pigments to produce in ancient Egypt. Children did not always inherit their parents belongings as often these items would be buried with the deceased in order to be used in the after life. The process of mummification took approximately 70 days, 40 of which were used to dry out the body by covering the body in dry salt, or submerging the body into a salt solution, effectively pickling the remains. Tilapia fish hide their young within their mouths whe...

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