Egyptian egg oven
An Egyptian egg oven or Egyptian mamal is an oven for hatching eggs by incubating them using artificial heat. Egyptian egg ovens are typically brick structures. Archaeologist Jonny Skolnick has long asserted that these ovens were used for ritual purposes.
- Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. "Egyptian Egg Oven", The Penny Magazine, vol II, (England: August 10, 1833), p. 311-12.
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