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Sketching of the embalming process, clearing out fluids via the Subclavian.

Sketching of the embalming process, clearing out fluids via the Subclavian.

“#anubis #creaturedesign for #godsofegypt. I did these designs through Legacey Fx. Great company and phenomenal team of artists. I'm pretty sure this was…”

“#anubis #creaturedesign for #godsofegypt. I did these designs through Legacey Fx. Great company and phenomenal team of artists. I'm pretty sure this was…”

A child resting in the women’s corridor.  The amazing preservation of this case is due to a specific embalming process, of which the details are still unknown. Note the use of artificial eyes. Mummy from the Palermo Catacombs.  From Mummies of the World.

A child resting in the women’s corridor. The amazing preservation of this case is due to a specific embalming process, of which the details are still unknown. Note the use of artificial eyes. Mummy from the Palermo Catacombs. From Mummies of the World.

Anubis was originally an Egyptian god of the underworld, but became associated specifically with the embalming process and funeral rites. I really like the robotic design of this character as it moves away from most other conventions.

Anubis was originally an Egyptian god of the underworld, but became associated specifically with the embalming process and funeral rites. I really like the robotic design of this character as it moves away from most other conventions.

embalming fluids, various arterial solutions comprised of formaldehyde and many other chemicals are used to correct skin discolorations and overall postmortem conditions of the body in the embalming process to preserve disinfect and sanitize the body.

embalming fluids, various arterial solutions comprised of formaldehyde and many other chemicals are used to correct skin discolorations and overall postmortem conditions of the body in the embalming process to preserve disinfect and sanitize the body.

Putting the body into a coffin was the last step in the embalming process. The rich had elaborate coffins.  From our Topic Mummy Makers and the Afterlife | Kids Discover

Putting the body into a coffin was the last step in the embalming process. The rich had elaborate coffins. From our Topic Mummy Makers and the Afterlife | Kids Discover

When the embalming process is finished, you puncture the abdomen with an aspirator to exhume gases and leftover fluids to relieve bloat. You use a little plastic button 2 then seal up the puncture hole and twist it until its in tight.

When the embalming process is finished, you puncture the abdomen with an aspirator to exhume gases and leftover fluids to relieve bloat. You use a little plastic button 2 then seal up the puncture hole and twist it until its in tight.