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What was the substance used to stuff the mummies's nosterals?

Since this is not my area of expertise, I searched Google under the key words "making mummies nostril" to get this source:

http://library.thinkquest.org/J002046F/mummies.htm

Use the <Find> command to locate the last key word.

I hope this helps. Thanks for asking.


what is stuffed into amummies nostril

Sorry, no not really...

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    The answer is Linen.

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    dimainds

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    i agree with julie it is linen

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    its linen

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    the answer is NOT linen.NOT dimainds.The correct answer IS BEESWAX!!!

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    crap and linnen. look it up on Wikianswers <retards>

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    You are all wrong!!

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    Wiki answers is wrong.

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    randi is way off

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    i agree with kara its beewax i look it up

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    Help! Is it beeswax, or linen?

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    IT is resin@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@
    Oops! that was supposed to be exclamationmark

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    sawdust

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    Beeswax

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    It is paper

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    OK people the answer is beeswax I'm positivly sure about that. Had homework on it

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    it was and truly is beeswax i look it up on a website in National Geographics

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    and WHERE did you find beeswax???

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