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There was a major discovery in Egypt this week, as researchers unearthed 30 ancient coffins — their vibrant paintings still intact. Archaeologists opened the coffins on Saturday and found perfectly preserved mummies inside.» Subscribe to NBC News:
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  1. Why do people keep digging up graves and then put them in museums and charge money. That's dis tasteful. I'm not about to pay money to learn about my history. The bible talks about our history quite well.

  2. On the left are very tanned complected Egyptians both in the sunlight and darker contrast room. In the middle is Djehutihotep directly from British Museum websight ( assuring no contrast distortions and deliberate outside manipulations). On the right are Southern Egyptians from Aswan and Elephantine in a darker tinted space and in the sunlight — This is not to say the tan type wasn't part of ancient Egypt, but they weren't depicted like Djehutihotep
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/631981760196703937/

    More in my uploads

    Also Sub Saharan DNA of known people. i.e. Ramses iii, original Tut and Armana study (2006-2013 by dnaTribes), and and Pentawer – a son of Ramses iii. Also Nakht-Ankh and Khnum-Nakht – who were two brothers and nobles of dynasty 12 – , same mom, but different fathers. One light skin and the other in a darkskin Nubian hue

    More in my uploads. Details in the description and top pinned comments

  3. On the left are very tanned complected Egyptians both in the sunlight and darker contrast room. In the middle is Djehutihotep directly from British Museum websight ( assuring no contrast distortions and deliberate outside manipulations). On the right are Southern Egyptians from Aswan and Elephantine in a darker tinted space and in the sunlight — This is not to say the tan type wasn't part of ancient Egypt, but they weren't depicted like Djehutihotep
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/631981760196703937/

    More in my uploads

    Also Sub Saharan DNA of known people. i.e. Ramses iii, original Tut and Armana study (2006-2013 by dnaTribes), and and Pentawer – a son of Ramses iii. Also Nakht-Ankh and Khnum-Nakht – who were two brothers and nobles of dynasty 12 – , same mom, but different fathers. One light skin and the other in a darkskin Nubian hue

    More in my uploads. Details in the description and top pinned comments

  4. On the left are very tanned complected Egyptians both in the sunlight and darker contrast room. In the middle is Djehutihotep directly from British Museum websight ( assuring no contrast distortions and deliberate outside manipulations). On the right are Southern Egyptians from Aswan and Elephantine in a darker tinted space and in the sunlight — This is not to say the tan type wasn't part of ancient Egypt, but they weren't depicted like Djehutihotep
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/631981760196703937/

    More in my uploads

    Also Sub Saharan DNA of known people. i.e. Ramses iii, original Tut and Armana study (2006-2013 by dnaTribes), and and Pentawer – a son of Ramses iii. Also Nakht-Ankh and Khnum-Nakht – who were two brothers and nobles of dynasty 12 – , same mom, but different fathers. One light skin and the other in a darkskin Nubian hue

    More in my uploads. Details in the description and top pinned comments

  5. Lmao.. Mummies being preserve since ancient times coz they also think they can be revive in the future technologies and now look at tis white people exposing their bodies in the sunlight.

  6. See now I don't agree with this one bit, wether it was an Egyptian Pharaoh or whoever and/or whatever the person was in the tomb, they should've been left to rest.
    It's highly undignifying and degrading to these past people to just dig them up like this as a show for the public many centuries later.

  7. I hope when archeologist dies their coffin and body be placed in a museum not underground. I mean why do they disturb ancient Egyptian Tomb, what for fame
    Or money. I know they study the bodies but isn't 1 or 2 or 3 enough why do they have to dig out every Egyptian of the ground.

  8. Do these people not care one bit or have any little bit of respect for the people that laid these bodies to rest? The same way they bury their loved ones to peacefully and respectfully lay them to rest, I’m 100% sure the families and friends of these buried individuals wanted the same thing.

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