|Age||40 years old at time of death|
|Location||The Field Museum, Chicago. Illinois|
Since 1983, this mummy has been kept in the storage vaults of The Field Museum. This nickname originated from the creation of her headdress. This mummy's headdress is covered in gilding, hence the term "Gilded Lady." Underneath, the headdress consists of cartonage, which are glued layers of papyrus or linen.
CT scans were done on this mummy in order to gain information. One of the key pieces of information revealed by the CT scan was her age, found to be 40 years old at the time of her death and mummification. Asides from her age, CT scans revealed a slight overbite inside her mouth. Additionally, this mummy dates back to the Roman Era. Commonly worn by many women of this era, CT scans unveiled curly hair similar to Cleopatra's.
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