People used to think only women like to chat about how they look or how they think other people view them. [blank_start]However[blank_end], a recent study by the University of West England has found that men also engage regularly in conversations about their physical appearance.
When it comes to ancient Egypt, people think of mummies. Egyptians were so skilled that the skin and hair of the mummified bodies can be preserved for thousands of years. Mummification was in fact a very complicated process, which included two stages. The first stage was called embalming. The brain was pulled out through the nose with a long hook and discarded. Then, the lungs, stomach, liver and intestines were taken out, washed, and dried out in natron, a salt-like substance. These dried organs were either returned to the body or stored in special jars. Because the heart was regarded as the center of thought and feeling and was needed in the afterlife, it was not removed.
True or False:
The brain was stored in a special jar.