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i think it was to preserve the body for a longer time. however im not totally sure.

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The Nile river was abundant with natron salt and they would take it from there and use it in the mummifcation process to dry out the body

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they just knew it mentally

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Q: How did egyptins gather natron to mummify mummies?
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What kind of salt did the embalmers use to dry out mummies?

Egyptians used Natron Salt to mummify stuff

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In ancient Egypt they used natron to dry out the mummies. Natron was what they put on the mummies skin for 40 days so that the body wouldn't rot.

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Natron, a salt which dried out the body and ended putrification.

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