The Mummy of Wah: Estates Manager.

The mummy of Wah was discovered in March of 1920 in Egypt. He was discovered while cleaning up from a previous discovery. He was in a small modest tomb with beer and bread placed beside him. He was wrapped in linen with bead necklaces around his neck. Placed on his chest were blue scarabs and beads. Underneath more layers were found gems like lapis lazuli silver and gold.

The mummification process was guessed to have taken a long time based off off the amount of linen layers there was, in total they counted 375 square feet of linen in and wrapped around the body.

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