are made possible by environmental conditions that prevented human remains from naturally decaying.
One possible assumption in that case was reduced circulation in herniated gravid uterus because of avulsion of the ovarian pedicle or an abnormal placental contact leading death and ultimately mummification
The new findings "raise the question of how widespread such mummification
might have been beyond Britain," remarks Martin Smith, a biological anthropologist at Bournemouth University in Poole, England.
team is assisted by a body cleaner, depending on the gender of the deceased, he said.
On the basis of rectal findings, the case was diagnosed as foetal mummification
Visitors to the exhibition will be able to view larger than life HD models and virtually peel away the mummies' wrappings to understand their health, lifestyles and the secrets of mummification
Taking into account these beliefs, this report discusses a case of grief in a Chinese patient that raised questions about the psychopathology behind this phenomenon and whether mummification
is always a morbid symptom in the Chinese population.
The charring and possibility that a botched mummification
led the body spontaneously combusting shortly after burial was entirely unexpected, something of a revelation in fact.
Following a general discussion of the nature of technological dynamics in ancient Egypt, he presents chapters that focus on specific areas of technological development, including writing, medicine, stone-working, mummification
, glass-working, chariot production, and military hardware.
Meanwhile, the unusual micro-climate of Roccapelago resulted in a process of natural mummification
so that some 60 of the bodies were perfectly preserved.
My second graders study Ancient Egypt, and one of their favorite topics is the mummification
His body is being prepared for this through some sort of mummification