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Alan Billis
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Biographical Information
Name(s) Alan Billis
Age
Sex Male
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Height
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Culture
Date(s) 2010
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Current Location
Location London's Gordon Museum
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Biography Edit

In 2010, a team led by forensic archaeologist Stephen Buckley mummified Alan Billis using techniques based on 19 years of research of 18th-dynasty Egyptian mummification. The process was filmed for television, for the documentary Mummifying Alan: Egypt's Last Secret. Billis made the decision to allow his body to be mummified after being diagnosed with terminal cancer in 2009. His body currently resides at London's Gordon Museum.

MummificationEdit

In 2010, Alan Billis was mummified using mummification techniques based on 19 years of research of 18th-dynasty Egyptian Mummification.

StudiesEdit

Alan Billis was mummified using techniques based on 19 years of research of 18th-dynasty Egyptian mummification. The process was filmed for television, for the documentary Mummifying Alan: Egypt's Last Secret

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ReferencesEdit

Knight, Kathryn (21 October 2011). "Married to the mummy: Taxi driver Alan told his wife he'd agreed to be mummified after death, so how did she feel finally seeing 'Tutan-Alan'?". London: Mail Online.

"King's College London – Museum's final resting place for modern mummy".

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