Q: What are mummies buried with?
A: Canopic jars, Jewelry, and Amulets
Mummies are buried and with them come some other items to travel with them to the underworld. Egyptians believed that what they are buried with they will use that in the afterlife. Mummies are buried with canopic jars, these jars will hold their insides (like kidneys, livers, lungs, etc.). While the mummies were living they wore jewelry, rings, bracelets and necklaces were buried with people who had worn them during their lives and some were created just for their burials. Amulets are small objects or charms that were meant to protect the owner from evil spells or actions. So the amulets buried with them represented something like the fingers amulet represented the fingers of the embalmers, the Isis Knot was meant for the protection from the goddess Isis, and the headrest amulet was for the person to have their head supported for the rest of their life.