|Name(s)||Persian Princess, Rhodugune|
|Date(s)||Died around 1996|
|Location||National Museum of Pakistan|
The Persian Princess was mummified in mimicry the Ancient Egyptian burial style. Her remains were discovered lying on top of a mat coated with wax and honey covered by stone and inscriptions. Her organs were completely removed and the body cavity was filled with white powder. Not an ancient mummy, it is the body of a recently mummified possible murder victim.
A CT scan performed at the Karachi's Aga Khan Hospital determined that this was indeed the body of a recent woman who died at the age of 21-25. Iran's Cultural Heritage Organization (CHO) examined the mummy, it was then declared a fake.
November 2000 - Discovered the mummy. Performed a CT scan to determine cause of death. Found it was a women of the age of 21-25.
January 2001 - Announced to be of Iranian origin and also announced a fake.
April 2001 - Declared a fraud and a potential murder victim