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KU anthropologists help re-wrap Amazonian mummy

Friday, January 6, 2012

KU anthropologists help re-wrap Amazonian mummy : 

A University of Kansas anthropologist and two KU graduate students recently coordinated the ritual re-wrapping of a 450-year-old Amazonian mummy in Tarapoto, Peru.

Bartholomew Dean, associate professor of anthropology, and graduate students Joshua Homan and Sydney Silverstein coordinated the ritual re-wrapping at the National University of San Martin Regional Museum. 

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