Interesting facts about the most unusual mummies in historyPictolic
Each of us ever so heard about mummies, at least on school lessons of history of Ancient Egypt. However, an interesting stories about the mummy there is a lot more than you can imagine. At different times around the world to find lost people, who either turned into mummies due to natural causes, or their bodies were intentionally mummified. All of these preserved through the centuries of the body attributed the strange and dark history of their past.
Three years later militants antiparasite stole her mummified body, which subsequently was unknown for 15 years. Later, the body is already in very poor condition were returned to her ex-husband, which put Eva on display in his own house, and his second wife presumably was combing mummy's hair and even lay beside her in the coffin to absorb her greatness. Later the body was buried, and now Eva Peron rests in the crypt of his family.
It also was discovered exquisite accessories, such as jade ring and a silver hairpin, which is still fastened in her hair. Mummification were rarely used in China, what makes this discovery even more unique. Archaeologists believe that the mummies "wet mummy" was part of the natural process associated with the lack of oxygen in the moisture surrounding the body of a woman, for this reason, the water was absent of bacteria that could contribute to the destruction of her body.
The man from Grauballe
The Princess Of Ukok
The Tutankhamun of Torquay
Mummy Dashi Dorzho Itigelov
Mummies of the expedition of sir John Franklin
Along with signs of pneumonia and tuberculosis, scientists have discovered that the body of the deceased was fatal to the organism, the amount of lead, probably resulting from the operation of the system of distillation of water on the ship. The amount of lead was stunning: any person would have to consume at 3.3 mg per day over eight months to get so heavy poisoning.
Woman with fossilized fruit