Ancient Egyptians considered proper burial was a vital element for salvation in the afterlife the rituals of embalming, protection of the body in a stone tomb and the burial goods that would ensure the deceased was in comfort were restricted to the wealthy and important.

The recent discovery of the tomb of vizier Badi-Bastet further confirms the Egyptian practice of

reusing burial goods and coffins in subsequent burials and even the recycling of tombs.
Some researchers have suggested that the  ancient Egyptian practice of recycling mortuary goods and spaces was common especially during times of financial hardship.

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