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How Stanford scanned a 2,500-year-old mummy

Our videographer Todd Holland just put the finishing touches on his video chronicling the scanning of a 2,500-year-old mummy named Irethorrou. The video shows how the mummy was scanned and the fascinating visualizations that those scans produced.

Previously: "Ancient mummy meets modern medicine (and daddy, too) at Legion of Honor; "Photoblogging: mummy edition"; and "Mummyblogging, round two"

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