| Nefrina |
|Location||Reading Public Museum. Reading, Pennsylvania.|
She was mummified in the fashion typical of the upper class, and buried in a tomb. Her mummification process was elaborate, typical of the upper class. However, Nefrina was not of the royal line, shown by the way her arms are placed; right over left. Nefrina is currently on exhibit in the Reading Public Museum in Reading, Pennsylvania, United States. The Museum received Nefrina in 1930 on loan from the University of Pennsylvania,then was purchased by the museum in 1949. Her mask has recently been reconstructed.
StudiesUsing CAT scans made in 2003, her face has been reconstructed in a sculpture by forensic artist Frank Bender.
Apparently died from complications of a broken hip.