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Why did the Egyptians mummify their dead? A. They wanted to scare invaders. B. They believed in life after death. C. They adopted it from a culture they invaded. D. They believed death was permanent.
Egyptians mummify their dead because: They believed in life after death.
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Egyptians mummify their dead because: They believed in life after death.
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The Egyptians mummify their dead because they adopted it from a culture they invaded.
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