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This week's quibble comes from the March 7 edition of Geek Trivia, "The cheat goes on." Tech Republic member bixbyru refused to accept my pronouncement that the original version of the video game Adventure was lost to history.
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In fact, some such rituals date back thousands of years even outside the Land of the Nile.
(One should also note that "body" doesn't necessarily mean "human," as the Egyptians notably mummified cats in large numbers.) In common usage, however, mummification refers to an overt act of ritual preservation of human remains, and the Egyptians certainly possessed some of the most well-known examples of this practice (though Hollywood arguably has as much to do with this notoriety as actual cultural import).
Indeed, in March 2003, scientists uncovered what they believed to be the earliest evidence yet of Egyptian mummification: A wooden coffin buried outside Cairo perhaps 5,000 years ago.
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