What would an ancient Egyptian corpse have smelled like? Pine, balsam and bitumen, if you were nobility

In 1900—some 22 years before he discovered the tomb of Tutankhamen—British archaeologist Howard Carter opened another tomb in the Valley of the Kings. In tomb KV42, Carter found the remains of a noblewoman called Senetnay, who died around 1450 BCE.

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