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does any1 know the answer to this question??: what substance was used to stuff the nostrils for mummification????

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  1. Check this site under "Seventy Day Process."

    http://www.archaeologyexpert.co.uk/EgyptianMummies.html

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    Ms. Sue
  2. the egyptians stuffed the nostrils with beeswax durig the mummification process

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  3. Dream It!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  4. This I just wish I could come thr ought and say S U C K IT

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