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" The relations then took home the body, and enclosing it in the wooden figure of a man, placed it in the catacombs. Another method of embalming, was injecting turpentine of cedar with a pipe into the body without cutting it; they then salted it for seventy... "
The World Displayed, Or, A Collection of Voyages and Travels - Page 262
1815
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The world displayed: or, A curious collection of voyages and ..., Volume 12

Samuel Johnson, Oliver Goldsmith, Christopher Smart - Travel - 1760
...gums, which the Egyptians ufed inftead of gltie. The relations then took home the body, and inclofing it in the wooden figure of a man, placed it in the catacombs. Another method of embalming was injefting turpentine of cedar with a pipe into the body, without cutting it ; they then falted it for...
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A New Collection of Voyages, Discoveries and Travels: Containing ..., Volume 6

Voyages and travels - 1767
...gums, which the Egyptians ufed inftead of glue. The relations then took home the body, and inclofing it in the wooden figure of a man, placed it in the...pipe into the body, without cutting it : they then faked it for 70 days, and afterward drew out the pipe, which brought the bowels with it by the fundament....
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A New Collection of Voyages, Discoveries and Travels: Containing ..., Volume 6

Voyages and travels - 1767
...cedar with a pipe into the body, without cutting it: they then faked it for 70 days, and afterward drew out the pipe, which brought the bowels with it by the fundament. The nitre dried up the flefh, leaving nothing but fkin and bones. The third way was only by cleanfmg the infide with fait...
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The Modern Traveller: Being a Collection of Useful and ..., Volume 1

Voyages and travels - 1776
...it in the catacomb, or burial-place. But thofe, who were more moderate in their expences, injected turpentine of cedar, with a pipe into the body, without cutting it ; they then falted it for feventy days, and drew out the pipe, togethtr with the bowels, by the fundament, and...
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Travels in America Performed in 1806: For the Purpose of Exploring the ...

Thomas Ashe - Mississippi River Valley - 1803 - 366 pages
...over with gums which they used instead of glue. The relations then took home the body, and enclosing it in the wooden figure of a man, placed it in the...the body, without cutting it : they then salted it tor seventy days, and afterwards drew out the pipe, whicb brought along with it the intestines. The...
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A companion to the Liverpool museum

William Bullock (F.L.S.) - 1808
...gums, which the Egyptians ufed inltead of glue. The relations then took home the body, and inclofing it in the wooden figure of a man, placed it in the Catacombs. Another method of embalming, was injefting turpentine of cedar with a pipe into lha body, without cutting it; they then fafled it for...
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travels in america, performed in the year 1806, for the purpose of exploring ...

thomas ashe, esq. - 1809
...which they used instead of glue. The relations then took home the body, and enclosing it in the woodeh figure of a man, placed it in the catacombs. Another...days, and afterwards drew out the pipe, which brought along with it the intestines. The nitre dried up the flesh, leaving nothing but skin and bones. The...
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A companion to the Liverpool museum

William Bullock (F.L.S.) - 1809
...the wooden figure of a man, placed it in the catacombs. Ahpther " method of embalming, w?s injecTmg turpentine of cedar with a pipe " into the body, without cutting it ; they then falted it for feventy " days, and afterwards drew out the pipe, which brought along with " it the inteftines....
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A Companion to the London Museum and Pantherion: Containing a Brief ...

William Bullock - Natural history - 1813 - 151 pages
...gums, which the Egyptians used instead of glue. The relations then took home the body, and enclosing it in the wooden figure of a man, placed it in the...days, and afterwards drew out the pipe, which brought along with it the intestines. The nitre dried up the flesh, leaving nothing but skin and bones. The...
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A General Collection of the Best and Most Interesting Voyages and ..., Volume 15

John Pinkerton - Voyages and travels - 1814
...top, they put it into the catacombs. But thofe, who were more moderate in their expences, injected turpentine of cedar with a pipe into the body, without cutting it ; they then falted it for feventy days, and drew out the pipe, which brought the bowels out with it by the fundament,...
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