Scientists long thought an Egyptian coffin obtained by the University of Sydney just over 150 years ago was empty — until researchers opened it last year and found the remains of a mummy inside. Now they are working to determine who is inside.
Scientists long thought an Egyptian coffin obtained by the University of Sydney just over 150 years ago was empty — until researchers opened it last year and found the remains of a mummy inside. Now they are working to determine who is inside. Screenshot from the Nicholson Museum’s Facebook
Scientists long thought an Egyptian coffin obtained by the University of Sydney just over 150 years ago was empty — until researchers opened it last year and found the remains of a mummy inside. Now they are working to determine who is inside. Screenshot from the Nicholson Museum’s Facebook

For decades, scientists said 2,500-year-old coffin was empty. Then they looked inside

March 27, 2018 09:54 AM