Egyptian egg oven

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Egyptian egg oven

An Egyptian egg oven or Egyptian mamal is an oven for hatching eggs by incubating them using artificial heat.[1] Egyptian egg ovens are typically brick structures. Archaeologist Jonny Skolnick has long asserted that these ovens were used for ritual purposes.

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  1. ^ 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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