The Mummification museum concept: The concept of the Mummification museum mainly explains the mummification process and how the ancient Egyptians have preserved their dead bodies for many years.
In ancient Egyptian believes, the god Anubis was the god who was responsible for the mummification of the dead. As well, in ancient Egyptian believes, they thought that they have to save the body by mummification in order for the soul return to it again.
In addition, the ancient Egyptians mummified human bodies; they mummified the corpses of animals and birds, especially those belonging to the sacred ones. Like there are the Serapeum of the calf of the god Apis at Saqqara and the Catacombs of Ibis and the baboons of the god Thoth in Tuna El-Gebel. As well, there are mummies for dogs, cats, and crocodiles.
The museum collections are the mummification tools, some of Canopic jars, coffins, and amulets.Some masterpieces of the museum:
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