Year 3 Non Fiction 13.5.20

Hello Year 3. The library is a great place for books for reading for pleasure. It is also a great place for resources to research and improve you knowledge. Today, I have taken some information from a non fiction book called ‘Ancient Egypt’ which can be found in our library. Today’s extract is all about mummification, so it supports your home learning from yesterday. Have a read and answer the questions below.

  1. What did The Egyptians believe would happen with proper preparation?
  2. What were the poorest people buried with?
  3. What organs were removed from the body? Why?
  4. How long, in total, did the process take?
  5. Do your own research to explain to me in two sentences what the Egyptians believed the afterlife to be.

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  1. They would think they will come back in the future
    Poor people were burried with left over old food
    Brain , liver , lungs , stomach
    It took 70 days
    They never took out the heart for the mummy to think

  2. 1.The Egyptian believed that with proper preparation a person could live again after death.
    2.The poorest people were buried with scraps of food.
    3.The intestines,lungs,liver and stomach were removed to make a mummy.
    4.It took 70 days
    5.The Egyptians believed that live after death will be same and they need everything for it so that’s why they never removed the heart.

  3. 1.The Egyptians believed that with proper preparation a person could live again after death.
    2. The poorest people were buried with scraps of food.
    3. The intestines, stomach, liver and lungs were removed from the body.
    4.The process took 30 days.
    5. They believed that when they died their spiritual body would continue to exist in an afterlife very similar to their living world. Also they believed that their bodies afterlife need all the essential things that they need when they are alive.

  4. 1. The old Egyptians believed that a person could live again after death.
    2. the poorest people buried with scraps of food.
    3. Organs that were removed from the body are stomach, liver and lungs. They did that to protect the organs from rotting and not decomposed. All were put in separate jars.
    4. The processes took 70 days in total.
    5. They believed in an afterlife and they will take all their jewellery with them.

  5. The embalmers left the heart in the body because they believed the person’s intellect and knowledge resided in the heart so it needed to remain with the body.

  6. What did The Egyptians believe would happen with proper preparation?
    The Egyptians believed firmly that with proper preparation a person could live again after death.

    What were the poorest people buried with?
    The poorest people were buried with scraps of food.

    What organs were removed from the body? Why?
    The intestines, stomach, liver and lungs were removed from the body, for protection under four Gods. This was the process called embalming, to preserve the body of a dead person.

    How long, in total, did the process take?
    In total, the whole process took 30 days.

    Do your own research to explain to me in two sentences what the Egyptians believed the afterlife to be.
    The Egyptians believed that the Egyptian gods played roles in guiding the souls of the dead through the afterlife.
    They also believe in order to achieve the ideal afterlife, many practices have to be performed during one’s life; such as acting justly, following the beliefs of Egyptian creed.

  7. 1. The Egyptians believe that a person could live again after death with proper preparation.
    2. The poorest people were buried with scraps of food.
    3. Brain, intestines, stomach, liver and lungs were removed except heart. It was believed that the organs would be needed in afterlife.
    4. The process took 70 days in total.
    5. In order to achieve the ideal afterlife, many practices had to be performed during one’s life. This may have included acting justly and following the beliefs of Egyptian creed. Additionally, the Egyptians stressed the rituals completed after an individual’s life has ended. In other words, it was the responsibility of the living to carry out the final traditions required so the dead could promptly meet their final fate. Ultimately, maintaining high religious morals by both the living and the dead, as well as complying to a variety of traditions guaranteed the deceased a smoother transition into the underworld.

  8. 1. The Egyptian believed in proper after someone’s death they could live again.
    2. Poor people were buried with scraps of food.
    3. They took pout the liver lungs stomach and the intestines because they are the first parts of the body to decompose.
    4. Mummification took around 70 days.
    5. The Egyptians believed that a person could still exist in the afterlife. 6. They also believed that the dead had to go through a dangerous underworld journey.

  9. What did The Egyptians believe would happen with proper preparation?
    The good people get alive after their death .
    What were the poorest people buried with?
    The poor people got buried with scarps of food .
    What organs were removed from the body? Why?
    Intenstines,lungs , liver and stomach because to save them .
    How long, in total, did the process take?
    It takes nearly a whole month to wrap it .
    Do your own research to explain to me in two sentences what the
    Egyptians believed the afterlife to be.
    They believe that the dead people will get into life and they also believe that a dead person still need all the riches ,food furniture and tools .

  10. What did The Egyptians believe would happen with proper preparation?
    The good people get alive after their death .
    What were the poorest people buried with?
    The poor people got buried with scarps of food .
    What organs were removed from the body? Why?
    Intenstines,lungs , liver and stomach because to save them .
    How long, in total, did the process take?
    It takes nearly a whole month to wrap it .
    Do your own research to explain to me in two sentences what the
    Egyptians believed the afterlife to be.
    They believe that the dead people will get into life and they also believe that a dead person still need all the riches ,food furniture and tools

  11. The Egyptians believed that with proper preparation a person could live again after death. The preparation involved preserving the body of the dead person and providing it with all food, furniture and tools.
    The poorest people were buried with scraps of food.
    The organs that were removed from the body were the intestines first then the stomach, then liver and then the lungs.
    In total the process took 70 days.
    The Egyptians believed that when they died their spiritual body would continue to exist in an afterlife very similar to their living world.
    However, entry into this afterlife was not guaranteed.

  12. Non fiction
    1.The Egyptians believed firmly that with proper preparation a person could live again after death.
    2.The poorest people where buried with scraps of food.
    3.They remove the intestines, stomach, liver and lungs from the body because for afterlife.
    4.It took about 40 or 50 days.
    5.They would continue to exist The entry was not granted

  13. Year 3 Non Fiction 13.5.20

    1. What did The Egyptians believe would happen with proper preparation?
    The eygyptians believed with proper preparation a person could live again after death.
    2. What were the poorest people buried with?
    Poor people were buried with scraps of food.
    3. What organs were removed from the body? Why?
    • Intestines
    • Stomach
    • Liver
    • lungs
    4. How long, in total, did the process take?
    Altogether it took 70 days
    5. Do your own research to explain to me in two sentences what the Egyptians believed the afterlife to be.
    • The afterlife is believed to be similar to the life they had before they died.
    • If they were rich, they would be rich in the after life, with all their wealth buried with them in their tomb.

  14. 1) The poorest people were buried with scrapes of food.
    2) First the intestines then stomach, liver and lungs. They thought it would be needed in the afterlife.
    3) 40 days.
    4) The ancient Egyptians attitude towards death was influenced by there belief in immortality.
    The Ancient Egyptians believed it was possible to live again after death. However, the afterlife took different forms, depending on the social status of the deceased.
    The Egyptian concept of ‘eternal life’ was often seen as being reborn indefinitely.
    Therefore, the souls who had lived their life elegantly were guided to Osiris to be born again.

  15. 1.Egyptians believed the prophecy that people could live after death.
    2.The poorest Egyptians was buried with scraps of food.
    3.The intestines, stomach, Liver and lung were removed out of the body.
    4. The process took 70 days for it to mummify.
    5. They believed that they will live in the after life.
    The dead body actually went to the underworld to negotiate and face judgement first.

  16. 1. Egyptians believed that with proper preparation they would live after death.
    2. The poorest people were buried with scraps of food.
    3. The liver, stomach, brain, intestines and lungs were removed and kept in canopic jars. The heart was kept inside because they believed it was the centre of intelligence and emotion.
    4. The whole process took 70 days.
    5. The Egyptians believed that when they died their spiritual body would continue to live in the afterlife. Entry into the afterlife would not be easy and they would have to face the final judgement before they were granted access.

  17. Non fiction homework

    1) The Egyptian believed in the afterlife, as they thought they will live again after death.
    2) The poorest were buried with scraps of food.
    3) They had intestines, stomach, liver and lungs removed. They were put into jars and left in the protection of the four gods.
    4) The process took 40 days to complete.
    5) The ancient Egyptians attitude towards death was influenced by their belief in immortality, and believed their soul will live again. They also took all their belongs with them as they thought they will need them in the afterlife.

  18. They buried the mummy’s in a place and it is important to there religion. They get a long stick. And they buried the mummy’s really good. And it is important for them. they the rap up mummy’s.

    • Gufran, if you’ve done this on paper, email it to the library.
      If you’ve not competed all of the questions yet, can you do them on here, please?

      • The Afterlife
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        1, The Egyptians believed firmly that with proper preparation a person could live again after death. They believed that a person would live again in the afterlife that’s why it was necessary to prepare them properly and provide with provisions to help.
        2, The poorest Egyptians were buried with scraps of food, and any artefacts that they had enjoyed in life or any objects the families of the dead could afford to part with.
        3. They took out the brain which they considered useless. The stomach, liver, lungs and intestines were preserved separately in special jars which today are known as canopic jars. Only the heart was left in place as it was considered as the centre of intelligence.
        The organs were preserved as the Egyptians believed they would be required again in the afterlife.
        4. The whole process of embalming took a total of 40 days it took this long as they were trying to remove all the moisture from the body which would stop it decomposing. It took a further 30 days before the bandaged mummy could be placed in a coffin.
        5. Egyptians believed in three religious doctrines, afterlife ideologies.
        Underworld for bad people like hell. Eternal life and and rebirth of a soul, eternal life was often seen as being reborn indefinitely, the souls who had lived good life’s were guided by Osiris to be born again.

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