The unnamed mummy was brought to Montreal from Luxor (Thebes) sometime before 1859 by James Ferrier and donated artifacts that he obtained to the Natural History Society of Montreal and McGill University
Radiocarbon dating shows this unnamed woman lived around 1,700 years ago at a time when the Romans controlled Egypt. Mummification was in decline at the time of the Roman occupation of Egypt but this woman chose to be mummified.
Had dental problems and was missing a lot of teeth
The body was missing the heart but plaques had been placed on the body, perhaps to cover incision made during the mummification process