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==Welcome to the Mummipedia Project==


The Mummipedia Project taps into the power of the overwhelming popular interest in mummies, and into the firsthand access that individuals and interested societies have to local museum holdings, to expand the depth and breadth of our knowledge of all mummy holdings worldwide.

Have you seen a mummy? Add it to our pages, or add details to existing mummy pages. We want a page for every mummy on earth! Photos, lists, and articles on mummification will help us all to put these mummies into perspective. Here's a How-To and Template for adding new human mummies.

Want to see a mummy? Here is a list of mummies that we know about. Find a mummy near you, look-up or visit the museum, and share the information you find! Go ahead and add a page for the museum while you are at it.

Here is a map to help you find mummies near you!

Want to learn about the latest mummy research? Check out the AreYouMyMummy blog

Hi there!

Ladyhudsonmummy2

Welcome!

Welcome to the Mummipedia Project, and thank you for your contributions! There's a lot to do around here, so I hope you'll stay with us and make many more improvements.

Recent changes is a great first stop, because you can see what pages other people have been editing, and where you can help.
Questions? You can ask at the Help desk or on the "discussion" page associated with each article, or post a message on my wall!
Need more help? The Community Portal has an outline of the site and links to pages to help you learn how to edit.
Please sign in every time you edit, so that we can recognise an established user.

I'm really happy to have you here, and look forward to working with you!


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Mummies Featured in Mummipedia

  • Mummy of Lady Hudson
  • Mummy of the Redpath Museum's Theban Male (RM2718) being CT scanned at the Montreal Neuro Institute (courtesy: Nicolas Morin)
  • Mummy of the Redpath Museum's Young Lady (RM2720) being CT scanned at the Montreal Neuro Institute (courtesy: Nicolas Morin)
  • Mummy of the Redpath Museum's Theban Female (RM2717) at the Montreal Neuro Institute (courtesy: Nicolas Morin)
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