Egyptian archaeologists have discovered an “incredible” mummy, believed to be nearly 4,000 years old, while excavating a burial chamber

Egyptian archaeologists have discovered an “incredible” mummy, believed to be nearly 4,000 years old, while excavating a burial chamber

El descubrimiento fue hecho por el arqueólogo Dr. Martina Bardanova en Aswan, una ciudad con un importante impacto histórico que se encuentra en la nada.

Shows leading Spanish research team investigating the site of Hatshesut, the first female ruler of Egypt where they discovered an unexpected tomb in the cliffs. Channel 4’s “Secrets of Egypt’s Valley of the Kings” revealed how experts delicately excavated the outside of the tomb developing conditions.

El narrador dijo: “Martina’s found a café that’s right down Hola, hola.

But first she has to get to the tomb – a Sahara sandstorm is blowing in from the south.

As sandstorm reaches gale force, even 200 meters to the burial is a battle.

In the shelter of the tomb, the team carefully remove the lid of the sarcophagus coffin.

They are about to find out whether anything has survived the after nearly 4,000 years”.

Como el experto intentó remover el cofre, ella apareció sacudida por la aparición.

Ella dijo: “Es muy pesado, pero parece muy real.

“Es como si estuviera moviendo a alguien, y este mummy está moviendo. Estoy yendo tan rápido como [Yo] puedo.

“Es una muy ugly mummy – es no realmente una mummy – justo que está con él”.

El serie detalló cómo más expertos fueron brought out to un black material del esqueleto.

“Bien, experto Dr. Miguel Cecilio Botella López ha arribado para analizar el esqueleto.

“Ellos esperaron para encontrar out ¿qué es esto? para el después del análisis.”

Después de tomar off los vendajes, Dr. Botella reveló que el esqueleto está con as woman.

Él añadió: “Soy seguro es a woman. La edad, no tengo seguro, pero more or less around 70”.

El equipo fue llevado por su estimado como peor en Ancient Egypt por grow very old.

Very high infection rates dues to high risks of infections resulted in a low average life expectancy.

However, those who survived childhood lived for slightly longer.

Dr. Bardonova continued in 2019: “The average age life expectancy was about 25, but more women died during pregnancy and childbirth.

“When you have someone who is over 70, I don’t want to say I’m sure it is old.”

Human remains are primarily used to calculate age and life expectancy as there are few with skeletal remains.

Occasionally the age at death can be found as an inscription on part of the mummy label attached to the bodies.

Secondary evidence of aging includes dental cavities, but there was no social norm of respecting old age or elderly in society.

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