Complaints about some of the Manchester Museum's Egyptian mummies have caused the institution to put them temporarily under wraps.
One exhibit, the mummified remains of Asru, a chantress at the Temple of Amun in Karnak, has been seen unwrapped for years. Critics have branded the decision 'politically correct rubbish' that will make the museum a 'laughing stock'. The museum's collections of ancient Egyptian.
The urge to undress a mummy can be strong. The star of the show is undoubtedly Tamut, a priestess and temple singer who died in Luxor, Egypt around BC. The CT scans have allowed researchers to make a lot of new discoveries about Tamut. Antoine's team could also see the amulets.
They have been on display for more than years and have bewitched and enchanted those that have seen them.