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IN History & Culture ON 21 Oct, 2016
Even with advancements in health and medicine, death will never be something that we won't be afraid of. After all, death is inevitable. Even if you end up a billionaire or an established movie star, death will eventually take us all.
However, some people don't look like they're dead at all. Read on!
Tutankhamun lived from 1332 BC to 1323 BC. He is widely regarded as King Tut. When his tomb was discovered in 1922, the world stopped to witness the artifacts and the mask.
Last century, several bodies were found in bogs. One of them was located in Denmark, and it was called the Grauballe Man. He had red hair, a haunting face, and even his facial features are still noticeable.
This man lived about 53 centuries ago. The natural mummy was discovered back in September 1991 in the Otztal Alps. Likewise, he is known as the oldest natural mummy of Europe.
This mummy was located underwater for six centuries. Specifically, this was a mummy from the Ming Dynasty. She was found because of a construction project. Above her coffin was an exorcism coin that supposedly protected it from evil.
This pharaoh lived in Egypt back in the 20th dynasty. His body is well-preserved because of several treatments applied to it. According to CT scans, he most likely died after getting cut in the throat.
His body was found on Mount Everest. He was considered as a pioneer because he was one of the first people who tried to climb the mountain. While his clothes were ripped, his face did not have much damage at all.
When this mummy was found, scientists and historians had to reimagine how the Western civilization and the Eastern civilization interacted at the time.
Her body was discovered in 2003. The mummy was well-preserved, and even the eyelashes were still intact. Because of the conditions in Xinjiang, mummies were naturally preserved there.
He was part of the Franklin Expedition that attempted to go to the Arctic Circle. However, he passed away because of lead poisoning. He was then left in the tundra with three other humans. For 150 years, his body had been greatly preserved.
She was born in Lourdes, France and she apparently saw the Virgin Mary almost every single day. When she supposedly saw her, she found a spring that was rumored to cure diseases.
Even though her body isn't exactly preserved well, her complex tattoos are still there on her skin, despite the fact that she was already dead for at least 2,500 years.
This exquisite body is already 2000 years old. It was accidentally discovered by peat farmers in Denmark in 1950.
This Buddhist monk from Russia died while he was chanting in 1927. He even told others that he wanted to be buried in the same position when he was found dead. Thus, you can see his dead body in the lotus shape.
For more than 500 years, the body of La Doncella and two kids were frozen to death. Sadly, they were human sacrifices that were needed in the Inca civilization.
She was known as Lady Dai and lived during the Han Dynasty. What is shocking is the fact that her internal organs, including her brain, are still observable.
The small body of Lombardo was located inside a glass casket at the creepy Catacombs of the Capuchin Monks. She apparently died because of pneumonia and her father wanted to preserve her body afterward.
Eva Peron died because of cancer back in 1952. However, she was already admired by millions of people when she was still alive. She was known as the first wife of Juan Peron, who was the preisdent of Argentina at the time.
The terrifying leader of both the Soviet Union and the Russian Communism died in 1924, but not before changing the world forever. His body was embalmed using chemical baths and injections.
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