In a Sept. 26, 2018 photo, a pull-out drawers offer more information about the facial depiction process at the new Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum exhibit, “Who Am I? Remembering the Dead Through Facial Reconstruction,” in Baltimore. Pictured here is the facial depiction of the Goucher mummy, and her “boot.” FaceLab, Liverpool John Moores University, worked with Hopkins to create facial depictions of the Goucher mummy, ca. 4th c. BCE, and the Cohen mummy, ca. 664 - 525 BCE.
In a Sept. 26, 2018 photo, a pull-out drawers offer more information about the facial depiction process at the new Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum exhibit, “Who Am I? Remembering the Dead Through Facial Reconstruction,” in Baltimore. Pictured here is the facial depiction of the Goucher mummy, and her “boot.” FaceLab, Liverpool John Moores University, worked with Hopkins to create facial depictions of the Goucher mummy, ca. 4th c. BCE, and the Cohen mummy, ca. 664 - 525 BCE. The Baltimore Sun via AP Amy Davis
In a Sept. 26, 2018 photo, a pull-out drawers offer more information about the facial depiction process at the new Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum exhibit, “Who Am I? Remembering the Dead Through Facial Reconstruction,” in Baltimore. Pictured here is the facial depiction of the Goucher mummy, and her “boot.” FaceLab, Liverpool John Moores University, worked with Hopkins to create facial depictions of the Goucher mummy, ca. 4th c. BCE, and the Cohen mummy, ca. 664 - 525 BCE. The Baltimore Sun via AP Amy Davis

Exhibit offers portraits of mummified ancient Egyptians

November 08, 2018 02:58 PM