| Greco-Roman Mummy |
The Greco-Roman Mummy was discovered 190 miles southwest of Cairo, Egypt. In life he was a royal, possibly a prince who died before becoming a king.
Influences and practices collide show through the mummification of our Greco-Roman Mummy. With the usage of a Roman portrait, the inscription of his Greek name, along with Egyptian mummification and art styles on the casing.
The body of the Greco-Roman Mummy remained in good condition given it's age. Cause of death unknown, lived a short life.