Egyptian scientists have uncovered the mystery of “the mummy screaming woman” from the Royal tombs at Deir El-Bahari. It is reported by Ahram Online.
According to one of the study's authors, Egyptologist Zahi Hawass, the results of computed tomography showed that the woman died of a heart attack, and sudden death brought on by severe atherosclerosis of the coronary arteries. According to researchers, in the process of embalming was to preserve the position of a woman's body, in which it was at the time of death.
Egyptian authorities will gradually open city and archaeological sites for tourists, said to RIA Novosti, the Minister of antiquities and tourism Khaled al-Anani.
"In light of the improving situation in the health sector in Egypt and the world, their opening will happen gradually. Last week we opened the museums of Hurghada and Sharm El-Sheikh, on this – object in Mersa Matruh and Alexandria. From 1 July there will be opening facilities in Luxor and Aswan. Will gradually open and the others," said al-Anani.