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Mysterious--Egypt

"Egypt is the land of the mummies--
not the end of the story"
"The mystery of the pyramids that call
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Egypt the land of the mummies, the mystery of the pyramids, where we learn the lion-shaped pinnacle, the cursed jewels of Tuten Khamen beckon us. When will we suddenly see the goddess of darkness Tefunat or the goddess of the sky in drama and we will lose our way in the ring of fire of Isis. Come on guys, let's go to 'Mysterious Egypt' and hear its secret story. 

This is mysteriousFrom Egypt we will know today's story "Kolkata Museum Mummy Mystery". A meeting of the Council was held on Wednesday 6th August 1834 in the old house of the Asiatic Society at Calcutta. Presided over by "The Reverend H. Mill". Lieutenant E.C. Atbold, Bengal Sight Cavalry, wrote from Mumbai that a very good present was being sent for the Society. It was the "Egyptian Mummy". He sought much of EgyptCollected it from the tombs of the kings of the "underground region". The ship's sailors took the mummy from the boat to Atbold Kebrot but ultimately refused to come to India. Forced to request the ship's light Ron Tari Koot's officer to arrange for the mummy to be delivered to Mumbai. If you've heard this far and thought the mummy landed on the Mumbai coast, you're wrong ---


 
1834-1st  October the Society again held an Asiatic meeting. Another addition to the Ajbord was called to discuss the lieutenant that day. The officer of the battleship Kut made it clear that it was not possible for him to take the mummy on board because of the fierce opposition of the ship's Muslim sailors to the mummy. Eventually, the situation became such that all efforts to get the mummy out of Egypt were almost futile. soAchbold laments that ancient Egyptian corpses should be placed back in that grave.


The mummy was brought from "Gurb" in Egypt. This Gurab is located on the southern border of Qayyum along the river Yusuf. Gurab is a lively city. There are also many temples in Autralika of the tomb of Queen Tia of Pharaoh Amenophis III. It is known from history that this city was destroyed by Pharaoh "Ramesses" II in the year 1882. The mummy arrived in Calcutta with great difficulty. The list of Indian museums in 1883 can be said as proof, there is mention of that mummy that mummy. The mummified man is lying in a wooden coffin. His body is draped with colorful linen. The skin of the face has fallen off and the bone structure is exposed. There is a mask on the chest. The mask is made in the shape of a face covered in a coffin. The full figure of the man is also painted there. 
 



There are two small glass bowls on either side of the mummy. It has pink colorChemical silica gel like mihidana. This gel absorbs moisture from the air in the showcase. There are more instruments in the showcase. With the help of which it is understood how much water vapor is in the air. In order to know whether the mummy is actually a pharaoh or a ruler or a common man, the mummy was X-rayed in October 1980 at the Kolkata Museum. This is the first time in India. Then one by one Bangalore, Jaipur, Lucknow, Hyderabad BarodaEtc. mummies preserved in city museums are x-rayed. 

Dr. Subhash Bose x-rayed the mummy in Calcutta. After searching for twenty days, the report was found. According to the report, it is known. The skeleton is that of a fully grown fit male. Anthropologically proven skeleton with Negroid features. Age of mummified man between 50 and 60. Lower jaw gum.Some parts are sitting. Her teeth are intact. There is no damage to the skull. Chest, back ribs and head- have marks of wounds. According to the forensic report, he was beaten to death. However, there was no weapon injury found anywhere on the body. Symptoms of spondylosis are seen in the bones of the spine. The man had rheumatism which was slowly crippling him. The dress code of this disease is "*alkabaptanuria*".As a result, the level of calcium in the bone joints of the spine increases. Symptoms of osteoarthrosis are detected in the gut.




Later on in 1844 AD, an earl named Oblid C. Cotton donated a mummified hand to the Calcutta museum. He died suddenly 20 days after donating this hand. He fell into eternal sleep in his sleep. While gifting the hand to the Calcutta museum, "Cotton" was a The letter reads - "Gifting the body of an Egyptian mummy". This mummy was collected from a pyramid near Cairo. It is about three thousand years old. Whose hand is this?Speculation begins. Since science is not dependent on imagination, the hand can be tested in various ways, it is not the hand of a king. It is the hand of a woman.


 ■ Finally, I will end this story with the words of some security guards of the museum. Many of the old workers of the museum have said that in the dead of night, a gust of wind is blowing around the mummy.
 

Written by:- Mrityunjay SahaπŸ–‹️πŸ–‹️

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