Ancient Egyptians worshiped many gods and goddesses. He was believed to be Re himself and considered very powerful.
They existed in people’s minds to give them explanation for everyday event of life and give the confidence to conduct their every day activity. They made it a practice to offer gods their prayers, offering and other sacrifices. Nephthys was the goddess and a friend to all women and the dead. Some of the important gods and goddesses are: Re (Amun-Re, Amon-Re) was the most important god to the ancient Egyptian people.
Next the embalmers put natron salt inside and they rubbed it with oils and spices, while saying prayers as well.
After 70 days, the body was taken out and wrapped around in papyrus or thin strips of lenen.
Then took all the organs out of the body, then they took the brain out through the nose using a long metal hook. The heart remained in the body for the gods to measure.
The organs were packed with natrons and spices and were put into four canopic jars, and later placed in the tomb of the mummy.
Tuthmose III, her stepson was very young, so she became the co-ruler of Egypt.
Lather she imprisoned Thuthmose III and proclaimed herself as the Pharaoh of Egypt.
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