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Acient Egiptians for dummies

As a 5-year-old child, I only ever wanted to spend my Saturdays at the
British Museum looking at the mummies – until my own mummy started
to think I was odd. But nothing is odd about mummies (the ancient Egyptian
or the parental kind). The Egyptian mummy was a fundamental part – albeit a
small part – of Egyptian funerary beliefs and culture. The mummy has now
become an iconic image of Egypt, and many horror films have given it a bad
name. Other than questions about mummies, the first thing anyone ever asks
me as an Egyptologist is ‘So who built the pyramids?’ or ‘Was Tutankhamun
murdered?’ As valid as these questions are, Egyptology (the study of ancient
Egypt) offers so many more interesting things to discover and explore than
these age-old queries. (And while others have answered these questions frequently
and well, I offer my plain-English answers too in this book.)

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