| Mi-Mi-Tuo-Fo |
|Status||possibly Buddhist nun|
|Date(s)||approx. AD 1600-1700 Late Ming dynasty - Early Qing dynasty.|
|Site||Jingzhou, Hubei, China|
|Location||Jingzhou Museum, Hubei, China|
The desiccated corpse is perfectly intact due to several factors. The coffin was made of fir-wood and was painted both on the inside and the outside; The coffin was sealed very tightly with China-wood oil and lime; the location was well chosen as no water have ever infiltrated tomb, lime and charcoal was placed within the coffin which kills bacteria as well as keeping the coffin try.Lastly, the mummy may have been smoke-treated with incense.
A kerchief of about 30cm wide was found on the mummy's chest, with dense Sanskrit sewed on it. Chinese scholars are still in the process of translating the Sanskrit written on the kerchief.
Buddha beads, gold hairpin, agate, bracelets, a bamboo cooking rack was also excavated from the site.