What type of containers did the Egyptian embalmers used to put internal organs of the dead?

Asked Apr 10, 2019 at 9:01 pm

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Violet Seema Pinto

Answered on Jan 28, 2021

During mummification, the Egyptians first removed the organs, and dried out the body with natron. The body's organs were placed in containers called canopic jars. It was carved of limestone or made of pottery. Organs preserved include stomach, liver, lungs and intestine.

Amala Mary

Answered on Nov 27, 2020

During mummification, the Egyptians first removed the organs, and dried out the body with natron. The body's organs were placed in containers called canopic jars. It was carved of limestone or made of pottery. Organs preserved include stomach, liver, lungs and intestine.

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