Was Ireland’s Egyptian Mummy stabbed to death?

Category: ANCIENT EGYPT

Asked on 2020-01-28 19:18:55

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The answer

Pendulum World wrote on 30th of November 2021
No, she was not!

 

Useful links on topic - More information - Source

https://www.ancient-origins.net/news-history-archaeology/egyptian-mummy-0013209https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Takabuti

 

The story

Takabuti was a married woman who reached an age of between twenty and thirty years. She lived in the Egyptian city of Thebes at the end of the Twenty-fifth dynasty of Egypt. Her mummified body and mummy case are in the Ulster Museum, Belfast. The coffin was opened and the mummy unrolled on 27 January 1835 in Belfast Natural History Society’s museum at College Square North. Edward Hincks, a leading Egyptologist from Ireland was present and deciphered the Egyptian hieroglyphs which revealed that she was mistress of a great house. Her mother’s name was Taseniric and her father was a priest of Amun. She was buried in a cemetery west of Thebes. It has been suggested that Takabuti was murdered due to knife wounds found on her body.

 

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