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Lady Dai the world most preserved mummy


Believe it or not, the world must Preserved mummy was found in Mawangdui, China. While her face is swollen and deformed, her skin is still soft, and there is no sign of hard moritis

Believe it or not, this woman is one of the most preserved mummies in the world. While her face is swollen and deformed, her skin is still tender and soft, And there is no sign of hard morbidity - She s arms and legs can still bend. Even her internal organs are intact and there is still blood in her veins. While the other mummies crumble with the slightest vibration. Lady Mummy has remained so good that doctors have been able to perform an autopsy on her more than 2100 years after her death. They even determined her blood type. + A.   The Lady Dais autopsy is the most complete medical profile ever compiled on an ancient person.

Lady Dai or Xin Zui was the noble wife of a nobleman of the Han Lee Kang dynasty. There is no doubt that he had a strange and strange life.   Her tomb was full of luxuries that only the richest of her time could have. These include hundreds of highly-embroidered silk dresses, skirts, wipes, a silk bag full of spices, flowers and straws, cosmetics boxes, over a hundred lacquers, musical instruments and sculptures Musicians, even ready meals and more than a thousand more

The director of the gallery at the China Institute in New York says These objects show that Lady Dai lived a luxurious life.    Some of the objects recovered from her tomb were displayed at an exhibition at Willow Weilan Hai Chang. He wanted to maintain the same luxurious life in the afterlife. "

Lady Dai s tomb was found in 1971 at an ancient site called Mawangdui near Changsha, China. She was found in twenty twisted silk layers; she was cut in a series of four hollow caskets in sizes.  To keep air and water, her tomb was packed with charcoal; the upper part was sealed with a few feet of clay. This tight, low-water environment prevents bacterial growth and helps maintain the body,    Archaeologists also found a trace of mercury in her coffin, suggesting that the toxic metal may have been used as an antibacterial substance. Her body was also found soaked in an unknown liquid that is slightly acidic, This fluid prevents the growth of bacteria

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