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The Egyptian Priest, Nesshou
Biographical Information
Name(s) Nesshou
Age 331-30 B.C.
Sex Male
Status
Height
Source
Culture Egyptian
Date(s)
Site
Current Location
Location Yverdon: The Local History Museum
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BiographyEdit

Nesshou was an Egyptian priest who worshipped a fertility god.

MummificationEdit

He has been wrapped by papers from the "Book of the Dead" (papyrus), with amulets underneath. He was donated to the museum in 1896 by Edmund Simond-Bey.

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ReferencesEdit

Deem, J. M. (n.d.). France, Greece, Italy, and Switzerland. Retrieved April 05, 2016, from http://www.mummytombs.com/museums/europe.france.html

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