Egyptian Mummification Essay

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The Egyptian Empire, ca. 3000-30 BCE are renown for vast number of inventions and early civilization during the above time period. They have legitimate body of government, social class religion and all components of civilization. Also, ancient Egyptian had civilized procedure to prepare themselves for the afterlife. Using the Funerary Mask and Sarcophagus Tutankhamen, Egypt, Judgment of Hunefer before Osiris, Egypt and Great pyramid of Giza Egypt, I will explain how Egyptians prepare themselves for the after-life. The Funerary Mask of Sarcophagus of Tutankhamen, Egypt made by an unknown artist is a carved stone with traces of paint that gives an absolute representation of what Egyptian mummification procedure is about. The mummification procedure…show more content…
Second phase, the huge heel stone was erected. The heel stone is a megalithic (an enormous rough stone) raised alone close to the avenue. Then the ditch holes are covered with stones after, Bluestones mined are brought to site where the Stonehenge is. Finally, the building of trilithons commenced in a post position i.e. Vertical position. On top of two of the sarsen post, a horizontal stone is placed. This vertical stone is identified as the lintel therefore, a lintel and a post can be defined as three stone with two verticals that holds the third piece lintel. After the construction, Stonehenge. Salisbury plain, Wiltshire, England was used as temple and burial ground for the…show more content…
With the Stele of Hammurabi, I will explain the purpose and functions of writing during this period. Hammurabi the king of Babylonia invented the writing system as a way to bring the people together, call for equality, make the people aware of the laws and regulations of the land, and the consequences that follow crimes or misconduct. These laws are written on steles, slabs from wood, stones and clay usually rectangular in shape. Stele of Hammurabi, is a famous stele piece because on it is about three hundred laws in cuneiform language. Also, on Stele of Hammurabi is a Shamash, the god of sun, war and water. He is the one sitting while King Hammurabi is on his feet to collect the laws of the
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