| Henut-Wedjebu |
|Location||Kemper Art Museum at Washington University|
|Catalog #||WU 2292|
CT scans indicated she was mummified with a halo of glass-looking beads, perhaps her hair was decorated or she wore a headdress. She had a slender face and high cheekbones.
Henut-Wedjebu was mummified during a rare period of ancient Egyptian history when brains were left in.
CT scans showed a skull fracture, if the injury happened before death, it would have been traumatic. Calcification in the lymph nodes and scarring in the lungs’ lining were also discovered and could be another possible cause of death.