Marianne Luban
re: Thutmose I
Tue Nov 7, 2017 09:07
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Tory:


"Do we have this king's mummy or no?"

Here's an over-view of the entire matter.

https://www.academia.edu/27375879/THE_RISE_OF_THUTMOSE_I_AND_TWO_THEBAN_PRINCES

  • Thutmose 1Tory, Mon Nov 6 20:33
    Hi all, Do we have this king's mummy or no? Regards Tory
    • re: Thutmose I — Marianne Luban, Tue Nov 7 09:07
      • re: Thutmose ITory, Wed Nov 8 06:59
        Thank you Marianne Hawass has or has not published the CT scans for the chest wound and for the age of the mummy of Thutmose I? I don't care much for his unpublished opinions printed in the... more
        • re: Thutmose IMarianne Luban, Wed Nov 8 09:01
          Hawass did publish a scan on page 51 of his book, "Scanning the Pharaohs" and discusses the mummy, concluding it is not that of a king.
          • re: Thutmose ITory, Thu Nov 9 00:08
            Unless he's quoted wrong, when he was interviewed by the Tribune he said the CT scan showed the mummy to be a man in his 30s. Now in his book this figure is reduced to 20??? Then he says in his book... more
            • re: Thutmose IMarianne Luban, Thu Nov 9 08:42
              Z. Hawass worked on this book with a radiologist, Saleem. I have a documentary here about the work with the mummies and yet another radiologist was looking at a CT-scan of the one in question and... more
              • re: Thutmose ITory, Thu Nov 9 08:50
                I believe Maspero was right about this mummy and its age being 50+. I do not trust the CT-scan since the ages keep changing depending on who is being quoted, and Hawass changed it from 30 to 20. The... more
                • re: Thutmose IMarianne Luban, Thu Nov 9 10:00
                  Tory wrote: "I believe Maspero was right about this mummy and its age being 50+. I do not trust the CT-scan since the ages keep changing depending on who is being quoted, and Hawass changed it from... more
                  • re: Thutmose ITory, Thu Nov 9 17:54
                    Two different radiologists can examine a CT-scan and walk away with two completely different conclusions. That's my point. The no crossed arms is not significant since the arms were disturbed by... more
                  • re: Thutmose IMarianne Luban, Thu Nov 9 10:14
                    I also forgot to mention that the mummy in question had no identifying docket, which is strange in itself for a kingly mummy--if it were one. It is true that the remains were found in one of the... more
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