The Incas were in the Americas, not in ancient Egypt. So no, the Incas never made mummies in ancient Egypt. The Egyptians did.
Linen was used to make the mask in Ancient Egypt. The also often painted it to make it look like the person who died.
One plant includes papyrus reeds. They were used to make papyrus.
To preserve the bodies for the afterlife.
Senet boards were made of ebony, ivory, lapis, and gold
when someone died
Ever Seince the first person died in Egypt
Mummies had to be made because of the sand. The sand in Ancient Egypt would dry out the deased and they wouldn't be able to make it inot the afterlife.
Pyramids and mummies. These are the 2 main things. Some others are food recipes, tombs, and jewelery.
People in Papua New Guinea actually don't make the dead into mummies. PNG is a strong, Christian nation. You must be mistaken with Ancient Egypt.
Under the statue of Anubis
Yes because later on in ancient Egypt they wanted the important people (Pharaohs) to last longer by preserving them. they tipped a special oil to make them last for longer which is why there is still a corpse from ancient Egypt today!
mummies were "made" by ancient time Egyptians, it was a ceremony to honor the dead