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what are egyptian reliefs? Also, what were mummy-shaped figures that worked in the afterlife's fields for a mummy? What was used to plug mummy's eye sockets? Last, what were portrait masks made of?



What is the mummy-shaped figures that worked in the afterlife's field for the mummy?

The eye sockets were pluged with linen.


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2 don't no

3 linen

4 cartonnage

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its spelled cartonauge


the stuff to stuff nostrils=beeswax

portrait masks=cartonauge
material to plug I sockets=linen

2. Shabtis

3. linen
4. cartonauge

Egyptian reliefs are artistic representations carved into walls or stones that were commonly used in ancient Egypt. They typically depict scenes of religious rituals, important events, and everyday life. You can learn more about Egyptian reliefs by visiting the website

The mummy-shaped figures that worked in the afterlife's fields for a mummy are called shabtis. Shabtis were small figurines that were placed in tombs to serve the deceased in the afterlife. These figures were believed to come to life and perform any labor or tasks required by the dead person. To learn more about shabtis, you can visit the website

The eye sockets of mummies were plugged with linen. This practice was done to protect the mummy and ensure that the deceased had their eyes intact in the afterlife. To find more information about mummy preservation methods, you can visit the website

Unfortunately, the third website you provided seems to be broken or has been removed.

Portrait masks were typically made of linen. These masks were placed over the head of the deceased during the mummification process and served to present a lifelike appearance in the afterlife. However, it is important to note that portrait masks could be made from other materials such as wood or even gold, depending on the wealth and status of the individual.