Details of the discovery of the first Egyptian mummy “pregnant” on the seventh day TV

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The Seventh Day TV provided special coverage of the discovery of an archaeological examination of an ancient Egyptian mummy in the collection of the National Museum in the Polish capital Warsaw, on the first known case of a pregnant mummy.

It was discovered that the mummy, which was initially thought to be the body of a priest, but after examination it was discovered that it was a female, and new research conducted by a team of Polish scientists showed that the woman in bandages is pregnant.

The mummy was subjected to several sets of tomography, x-rays and 3D visualization, which allowed for a thorough examination of the entire fetus, which proved that the woman was at 26-28 weeks of pregnancy.

Experts from the project believe that the remains are most likely a woman of high social status, aged between 20 and 30 years, who died during the first century BC.



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