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Contact Admin. Sometimes ancient Egyptians changed the remains in coffins and removed an original mummy to replace it with another. Researchers are looking into the case of a somewhat mysterious mummy with CT scans to determine if the mummy is the original and even if she was a female, as the coffin suggests.
The 3,year-old remains in question were that of the woman known as Hatason, whose mummy has just undergone CT scans at a California research hospital. Her mummy has never been unwrapped. He was making his remarks in a Stanford University news release video. Elias told Stanford News, as reported in a press release. That is a corruption, we believe, of the name of a famous queen, Hatshepsut.
The mummy was found in the ancient city of Asyut on the Nile in the s. It was likely named by a salesman because private collectors like to believe they were buying mummies of royal persons, says the news release from Stanford University about the latest research on her.
Radiologists examined the remains with imaging technology, including computed-tomography scans. Elias will spend some weeks processing the information he gathered from the scans. This mummy falls into that span of years. About 1, years later, her entire brain would have been removed in the embalming process. Asyut was a town of some importance, lying at the crossroads of trade routes and just below a narrowing of the Nile that allowed officials to levy tolls on traders carrying cargo to the north.
It was rich in culture, the news release says, and was well-protected by soldiers. Photo by Norbert von der Groeben. It was also a route upon which were shipped gold, spice, animals and ivory. It was in this atmosphere that Hatason apparently lived.