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An Egyptian mummy’s visit to Stanford, in pictures

Earlier this week we introduced you to a very special guest who came to Stanford. Above are photos from when Hatason, a 3,200-year-old Egyptian mummy, stopped by for a CT scan.

More photos of Stanford Medicine events, (non-mummy) people and places can be found on Instagram.

Previously: Stanford radiologists scan Egyptian mummy for clues to its origin and 3,200-year-old woman comes to Stanford
Photos by Norbert von der Groeben

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