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Unravelling the mystery of Egypt's 'little one': old child mummy is revealed in incredible detail using scanning

Share this story: With the combination of scanning and CT scanning technology, it is possible to examine a girl's mummy, now dying at the age of five,

Researchers from Luxembourg-based Artec combined scanning and computed tomography to look at the mummified Egyptian child, called Sherit – ancient Egyptian for 'little one.

Interesting discovery with new diagnostic capabilities.

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An anthropoid wooden coffin, plastered and painted, of a child, Tairtsekher, daughter of Irtnefret: Ancient Egyptian, Upper Egypt, possibly from Deir el-Medina, New Kingdom, early 19th Dynasty, c. 1292-1200 BC

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Child's coffin. Pottery. New Kingdom. 19th dynasty. 1295–1186 B.C. | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
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Joias - One of a pair of Gold armlets, in gold with inlays, inscribed to King Ramesses II (Usermaatra Setepenra c.1279/1213 BC, Dynasty 19). Cairo Museum, Egypt.
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Joias - One of a pair of Gold armlets, in gold with inlays, inscribed to King Ramesses II (Usermaatra Setepenra c.1279/1213 BC, Dynasty 19). Cairo Museum, Egypt.

Joias - One of a pair of Gold armlets, in gold with inlays, inscribed to King Ramesses II (Usermaatra Setepenra c.1279/1213 BC, Dynasty 19). Cairo Museum, Egypt.
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This coffin contains the plundered mummy of a royal infant who may have lived during the first part of Dynasty 18 (ca. 1570–1450 B.C.), and was reburied in this simple wooden child's coffin from a later era
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This coffin contains the plundered mummy of a royal infant who may have lived during the first part of Dynasty 18 (ca.), and was reburied in this simple wooden child's coffin from a later era

This coffin contains the plundered mummy of a royal infant who may have lived during the first part of Dynasty 18 (ca. 1570–1450 B.C.), and was reburied in this simple wooden child's coffin from a later era

This coffin contains the plundered mummy of a royal infant who may have lived during the first part of Dynasty 18 (ca. 1570–1450 B.C.), and was reburied in this simple wooden child's coffin from a later era

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