Mummies With Golden Tongues Discovered in Egypt

Archaeologists were shocked to discover several mummies with golden tongues in their mouths at the ancient burial site of Qewaisna in Egypt.  According to experts, these tombs may actually be over 2,000 years old, which makes this quite a remarkable and unique find.  

It is believed that the ancient Egyptians placed these golden tongues inside the mummies’ mouths during burial to ensure they could speak clearly in the afterlife.  

In fact, metal artifacts like tongs and jewelry have been found alongside certain burials for centuries, as ancient civilizations believed metal had magical properties that would protect them even after death.  

This remarkable discovery is yet another testament to just how far back our modern understanding of history stretches.

Here is how social media reacted to this new discovery of mummies with golden tongue:

Now they will be mute in the afterlife all of a sudden!

Why are you people digging on their tombs all the time?? Humanity got A to Z details about the mummies from the ones you found back years ago. Then what is the point to interrupt on ancient tombs????.let them rest. Stop digging tourism please

The amount of resources the ancient Egyptians dedicated to a hypothetical concept of “after life” is just astounding.

Surprising . Thanks to Archeologists , for their continuing revelations of great Egyptian Heritage

Wonder how they feel, being disturbed in their eternal sleep by modern day humans…..

How did they speak or eat? Or was that placed in during death or special ceremony?

Archaeologists study past human activity by excavating, dating and interpreting objects and sites of historical interest.

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