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Monday, February 11, 2019


History of EMBALMENT

Embalming is been believed to be an art / science of preserving dead Bodies (modernly with chemicals) to prevent decomposition.

The reason for this is mostly for public or private viewing as part of the funeral ceremony, or to possibly keep them for medical purposes in an anatomical laboratory. The major purpose of embalming are sanitization and preservation, with restoration being a fundamental factor in some instances. Performed successfully, embalming can help preserve the body for many years to come. Embalment is mostly common with the Egyptians who believed it empowers the soul after death

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