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Lauren Walker
Lauren Walker • 1 year ago

Egyptian Queen Meritamun’s cedar coffin from her Deir el-Bahari tomb had been desecrated in antiquity and re-bandaged during the 21st Dynasty; The queen’s body shows that although she had died a relatively young woman, she had suffered from both arthritis and scoliosis; 19th dynasty, Valley of the Queens, Egypt

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