CNET: Mummy of beloved pharaoh digitally ‘unwrapped’ after 3,000 years

CNET: Mummy of beloved pharaoh digitally ‘unwrapped’ after 3,000 years. “Scientists have unwrapped nearly every mummy discovered thus far, finding remarkable evidence of things like traditional burial practices and unique facial features. But for three millennia, one Egyptian pharaoh’s remains, discovered in 1881, have been left untouched for fear of tampering with their stunning condition. That ruler was Amenhotep I. Thanks to the age of computing, though, the royal mummy has finally been unveiled. A team of researchers digitally exhumed Amenhotep I’s body using computing tomography imaging, a sort of X-ray imaging process.”

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