Where Was the "Land" of Succoth?

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Because it was considered necessary for the survival of the soul, preservation of the body was a central part of Egyptian funerary practices. Priests conducted religious ceremonies and rituals were conducted during the process of mummification as well as during burial process to properly prepare the deceased for the afterlife. South Town possibly developed into an urban settlement because of its association with a religious cult and shrine, which became a center for solidarity among the villages, which were probably organized by kin-related lineages and clans.

Pages: 25

Publisher: Hope of Israel Ministries; 1 edition (November 10, 2012)

ISBN: B00A5OP09M

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