| Tayesmutengebtiu |
|Height||157 cm (5 feet 2 inches)|
|Date(s)||Early 22nd Dynasty, about 900 BC|
|Location||The British Museum|
This mummy, known as Tamut, is believed to have been a singer of Egypt's Temple of Karnak in 900 BC. As the daughter of an elite priest, she is called “Lady of the House” and “Chantress of Amun.”
She was found near Egypt's Nile Valley.
CT scans reveals she died in her early thirties.
Signs of aherosclerosis (plaque in the arteries) and dental abscess were found in this mummy.