The mummy is often associated with the myth of Egypt. Still, archaeologists have unearthed a wealth of preserved corpses in a long time from hundreds to thousands of years across the continent. Let's review some strange mummies ever found around the world.
Momia Juanita's body is frozen in a state of good preservation of an Inca girl, about 11 to 15 years of age, animals were killed to make the international spirit of the Incas in Peru around the year 1450 to 1480. Mummy girl was found frozen on the mountain Ampato, southern Peru in 1995.
A Chachapoyas mummies were discovered in the Amazon rainforest in northern Peru.The mummy in the odd positions are identified dating from 900 to 1,500 years BC.
The mummy of a virgin 15-year-old was found on Mount Llullaillaco fire in 1999 along with the rest of the body of a girl 6 years old and a 7-year-old boy. Scientists believe that, "Kids Llullaillaco" has sacrificed more than 500 years ago in a ceremony celebrating the annual corn harvest. Expected to be dressed and corn alcohol to sleep, the victim then left to die in the ice at an altitude of 6,730 meters above sea level.
"Ginger" is the nickname given to the body of an adult male, preserved naturally and still remain virtually intact yellow hair, fingernails and toenails even died over 5000 years ago . The mummy was found at Gebelein, Egypt in the late 19th century. It is considered the oldest Egyptian mummies ever turn to. Before embalming technology development, the bodies still buried in the tomb of agriculture, direct contact with hot sand, dry, absorb water, which comprise 75% by weight of man. Without moisture, bacteria can not breed and cause decay, so the body is preserved. However, it remains unclear whether the embalming "Ginger" has not knowingly or not, although the man was buried along with some ceramic objects.
In 1991, the climbers found the body of a man 5300 years in a remote mountainous border between Austria and Italy. The mummy was then dubbed "Ötzi". After 10 years of careful research, scientists determined that, "Ötzi" was killed by an arrow lodged in the back left shoulder blade.
"The Tollund" is a natural mummy of a man who lived in the 4th century BC, the period of pre-Roman Iron Age. The mummy was discovered 5 / 1950 in the state of being buried in a peat bog on the Jutland peninsula, Denmark. Face and head of "The Tollund" well-preserved so as to be detected, it is also wrong is the victim of a murder happened. However, later studies determined this is the dead bodies of more than 1,500 years ago. According to the autopsy, the cause of death is due to be hanged - the rope to clear the gullies on the skin under the chin, neck and sides of "The Tollund". This array, there is no trace in the back of the neck, which should be located where the noose knot.