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Animals Everlasting<br />Egyptian Animal<br />MUMMIES<br />
Priests – photo from national geographic<br />
(by National Geographic photographer Richard Barnes)<br />
Cats, from the Cairo museum<br />
The pattern on the horse’s chest is called the greek key design – it was a favorite pattern in ancient art and still today...
A mummified crocodile from UC Berkeley’s Hearst Museum. The scientists found a hook inside of him when they CT scanned it!...
Look at those Egyptian patterns. This is from a statue of a falcon at UC Berkeley’s Hearst Museum.<br />
Canopic boxes, from UC Berkeley’s Hearst Museum. Check out the patterns on the falcons – all of those triangles – as well ...
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Animal Mummies

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Animal Mummies

  1. 1. Animals Everlasting<br />Egyptian Animal<br />MUMMIES<br />
  2. 2. Priests – photo from national geographic<br />
  3. 3. (by National Geographic photographer Richard Barnes)<br />
  4. 4. Cats, from the Cairo museum<br />
  5. 5. The pattern on the horse’s chest is called the greek key design – it was a favorite pattern in ancient art and still today. <br />This photo is from the British Museum’s website.<br />
  6. 6.
  7. 7. A mummified crocodile from UC Berkeley’s Hearst Museum. The scientists found a hook inside of him when they CT scanned it! <br />
  8. 8. Look at those Egyptian patterns. This is from a statue of a falcon at UC Berkeley’s Hearst Museum.<br />
  9. 9. Canopic boxes, from UC Berkeley’s Hearst Museum. Check out the patterns on the falcons – all of those triangles – as well as the striped border<br />

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