Are mummies real?
Do mummies still have flesh on them?
Why did they preserve dead people?
Have you ever dug up a mummy?
Where did the word "mummy" come from?
Why did they wrap up mummies?
Do mummies dry out?
Were Egyptians the only people that used mummification?
Why did they take the brain out of the nose?
Was anyone ever mummified alive?
Why did they stop making mummies?
Were there animal mummies?
Would you want to be mummified?
Egyptian mummy and sarcophagus, World History Archive/Photoshot; Wrapped mummy, Biblioteca Museu Víctor Balaguer; Wrepped mummy head, Cawigder/Alamy; Japanese monk, Egyptian mummy golden face, Liz Lawley/CC BY-SA 2.0. World map, Ico Romero, AdrienG; Egyptian mummy wrapped in fabric, John Paul Simpson/CC BY-SA 2.0; Egyptian sarcophagus, Prisma Archivo/Alamy; Embalming illustration, DEA Picture Library/Art Resource; Peruvian mummies in pit, Vasenka Photography/CC BY-SA 2.0; vector rock, CC0 Public Domain; world map, CC0 Public Domain / Ico Romero; mummy dry environment, Gonzalo Azumendi/AGE Fotostock; mummy wet environment, Xinhua/Eyevine/Redux; flesh on mummy, © Tomas Castelazo, www.tomascastelazo.com / Wikimedia Commons / CC BY-SA 4.0; vector heart and brain, Laymik / The noun project; Battle of Actium and Francisco Pizarro, Mary Evans Picture Library/AGE Fotostock; Alligator mummy, Terry Feuerborn/CC BY-SA 2.0. Mummified cat, Ross Funnell/CC BY-SA 2.0; real mummified cat with x rays, Ross Funnell/CC BY-SA 2.0. Fake mummy cat, World History Archive/AGE Fotostock; Opening of the mouth ceremony, British Museum; Peruvian offering, National Geographic/Bridgeman Images; David Hurst Thomas, David Hurst Thomas/AMNH; mummy in CT Scan, Rise Interactive Institute AB; mummy in CT Scan, PA Images/Alamy.