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Stanford radiologists scan Egyptian mummy for clues to its origin

A closer look now at the scanning of an Egyptian mummy here. "Mummies of this period are not very plentiful, so each time we have an incremental change in the technology we learn much more and are able to say much more than in the past," comments Jonathan Elias, PhD, director of the Akhmim Mummy Studies Consortium, in the video.

Previously: 3,200-year-old woman comes to Stanford

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