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Question 1: However some of the best preserved bodies in the world are from ________ China.
Song DynastyHan DynastyTang DynastyMing Dynasty

Question 2: Embalming, in most modern cultures, is the ________ and science of temporarily preserving human remains to forestall decomposition and to make them suitable for display at a funeral.
ArtModernismAestheticsPainting

Question 3: Many ________ dealing with animate mummies focus on gruesome aspect of Ancient Egyptian embalming practises, frequently having them embalmed alive as punishment for some transgression.
Slasher filmExploitation filmSplatter filmHorror film

Question 4: It was attempted from time to time, especially during the ________, when crusading noblemen wished to have their bodies preserved for burial closer to home.
First seven Ecumenical CouncilsEast–West SchismCrusadesCounter-Reformation

Question 5: Typical embalming fluid contains a mixture of formaldehyde, glutaraldehyde, methanol, ________, and other solvents.
FlumazenilEthanolAlcoholic beverage1,4-Butanediol

Question 6: In the film The Godfather, Don Corleone (________) asks for an extensive embalming as a return favor from an undertaker whom he had assisted earlier.
Peter O'TooleMarlon BrandoAcademy Award for Best ActorLaurence Olivier

Question 7: As practiced in the funeral homes of the ________ (notably North America), embalming uses several steps.
Western worldWestern cultureTurkeyEurope

Question 8: As such, medical embalmers use embalming fluids that contain concentrated formaldehyde (37–40%, known as formalin) as well as ________ and are made without dyes or perfumes.
PhenolHydrogen peroxideChlorhexidineEthanol

Question 9: A rather different process is used for ________ embalmed for dissection by doctors and medical students.
EmbalmingDecompositionCadaverAnatomy

Question 10: The Book of Mormon and ________ do not profess against embalming.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day SaintsHistory of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day SaintsMormonism and ChristianityJoseph Smith, Jr.
















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