n.) A dead body embalmed and dried after the manner of the ancient Egyptians;
We saw a mummy at the museum.
I am designing a mummy costume for the Halloween.
This mist turns him into an immortal mummy .
The Egyptian mummies are in the coffins.
The robbers battered his face into a mummy.
Each mummy has a corresponding color pyramid.
Who is that girl in a mummy costume.
In ancient Egypt, the bandaging of a mummy took from 6 to 8 months.
Mummies are commonly featured in horror genres as undead creatures.
Among many other treasures, the tomb contained the mummy’s iconic golden mask.
All three mummies were dated to 1351–1345 BCE.
They had starved themselves till they were like mummies.
The mummy was discovered when the owner brought it to an expert for restoration.
After being found, the basket mummy was brought to Italy for study, Discovery News reports.
The vast majority of Egyptian animal mummies were religious offerings.
These living mummies are lingering reminders of a mysterious ancient era.
The body is one of the best-preserved mummies known.
The bandages used to wrap Egyptian mummies were generally about 250 yards in length.
The ancient Egyptians physically preserved the dead in the form of mummies in order to ensure a good afterlife.
It would be quite difficult to easily find complete, nicely wrapped mummies.
The toes of Egyptian mummies are wrapped individually.
A mummy from the Glyptotek Museum in Copenhagen was a young man in his 30s with a wide nose, broad cheekbones, thick lips and rounded jawline.
He opened Tutankhamun’s sarcophagus in February 1924, revealing the pharaoh’s mummy for the first time.
I read the initial book written about the ice man mummy in the early 90’s.
The mummy was exceptionally well-preserved, and it still had intact connective tissue and nervous system components.
An Egyptian professor says the discovery of prostate cancer in a 2,200-year-old mummy indicates the disease was caused by genetics, not environment.