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The mummy of Shoshenq I re-discovered?

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Göttinger Miszellen, Volume: 205, Pages: 95 - 102

Swansea University Author: Troy Sagrillo Orcid Logo

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In Göttinger Miszellen 198 (2004):55–62, R. L. Miller identifies a mummy formerly in the collection of the Niagara Falls Museum with that of Shoshenq I (though other candidates are not ruled out), primarily on the basis of a tree-ring calibrated radiocarbon date. A re- examination of the historical...

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description In Göttinger Miszellen 198 (2004):55–62, R. L. Miller identifies a mummy formerly in the collection of the Niagara Falls Museum with that of Shoshenq I (though other candidates are not ruled out), primarily on the basis of a tree-ring calibrated radiocarbon date. A re- examination of the historical evidence cited by Miller in support for this contention makes such an identification implausible.
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