Two hundred and eight bodies have been received by the embalmers in charge.
What will become of your embalmers, epitaph-mongers, and chief-mourners?
The flesh has crumbled away, notwithstanding the efforts of the embalmers.
The embalmers, we know, were not sure of their means, and the mummies were not always a success.
But some evening, in three months, four perhaps, the embalmers will come here.
Long-dead Martian embalmers had done a good job even on what to them was the corpse of an other-world monster.
He was the deity of the embalmers and the guardian of the mummies of the dead and their tomb, whence his picture .
The father of a man of Cum having died at Alexandria, the son dutifully took the body to the embalmers.
Probably she's a little transatlantic weakness for embalmers and mausoleums.
Herodotus mentions the use of stone knives by the Egyptian embalmers.