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Excuse me...One question...

Who got mummified? KINGS, the kings had a special diet that caused them atherosclerosis the average joe was not mummified (which had a simpler diet)...

Meat, Fish and Poultry

The Diet of the Ancient Egyptians (from: http://www.touregypt.net/featurestories/diet.htm)

While it is difficult to believe that certain meats, such as fish and wild poultry did not show up fairly frequently on the tables of common people, we are told by Egyptologists that it was for the most part only the rich who regularly feasted on most meat. The poor ate geese, ducks, quails, cranes and other species, and from the New Kingdom onward raised domesticated fowl. Most edible fish from the Nile were consumed, though some fish, such as the genera Lepidotus and Phragus and a few others were forbidden because of their connection with the myth of Osiris.

In some locations, even the Nile perch was worshipped, and therefore never eaten. While fish were roasted or boiled, most frequently they were salted and preserved and dried in the sun.

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