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SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Reconsidering Modern Perceptions of Ancient Egyptian Afterlives A widespread external view accuses the ancient Egyptians of being obsessed with death, perhaps under the impact of the largest pyramids and of the intense modern&nbsp;focus on ancient embalming techniques. Egyptological and nationalist responses&nbsp;emphasize how care for an afterlife reflects a deep love of this life and discuss&nbsp;how grand building projects might have unified the country. Against these rather&nbsp;abstract debates, medieval and early modern Arabic and European travelogues can&nbsp;be useful in reconsidering how central such monuments were in life. Most early&nbsp;second-millennium AD visitors to Cairo either never visited the pyramids or encountered them only at the margin of their stay. The same travelers spend varying, but&nbsp;rarely dominant, amounts of time at the equally extraordinary medieval cemeteries.&nbsp;Death is a part, but not a frame, of this Egypt. We might use our imagination to reco') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Reconsidering Modern Perceptions of Ancient Egyptian Afterlives A widespread external view accuses the ancient Egyptians of being obsessed with death, perhaps under the impact of the largest pyramids and of the intense modern&nbsp;focus on ancient embalming techniques. Egyptological and nationalist responses&nbsp;emphasize how care for an afterlife reflects a deep love of this life and discuss&nbsp;how grand building projects might have unified the country. Against these rather&nbsp;abstract debates, medieval and early modern Arabic and European travelogues can&nbsp;be useful in reconsidering how central such monuments were in life. Most early&nbsp;second-millennium AD visitors to Cairo either never visited the pyramids or encountered them only at the margin of their stay. The same travelers spend varying, but&nbsp;rarely dominant, amounts of time at the equally extraordinary medieval cemeteries.&nbsp;Death is a part, but not a frame, of this Egypt. We might use our imagination to reco') AND id != 51258 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-04-21 20:59:37' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5