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Until now, researchers had pegged the mummified Bronze Age bunch as newcomers and debated about where in West Asia they originally came from.DNA from mysterious Asian mummies reveals their surprising ancestry|Bruce Bower|October 27, 2021|Science News
Blackened lungs in mummified tissue from Egypt, Peru, and Great Britain point to wood fires from ancient homes.
Other experts argue that ancient Egyptians embraced the union of death and life, and that the dead were mummified to give the spirit a body, and thus would have welcomed some modern interaction with the living.It may be time for museums to return Egyptian mummies to their coffins|Purbita Saha|June 28, 2021|Popular-Science
They mummify the victim, as it were, and tuck him away for the morrow.Nothing But the Truth|Frederic S. Isham
They mummify before decay sets in and turn into a leathery brown, similar to the mummies of Egypt.One Irish Summer|William Eleroy Curtis