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Alternate Versions. Rate This. At an archaeological dig in the ancient city of Hamunaptra, an American serving in the French Foreign Legion accidentally awakens a mummy who begins to wreck havoc as he searches for the reincarnation of his long-lost love.

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Nominated for 1 Oscar. Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Brendan Fraser Rick O'Connell Rachel Weisz Evelyn Carnahan John Hannah Jonathan Carnahan Arnold Vosloo Imhotep Kevin J.

Beni Gabor Jonathan Hyde Allen Chamberlain Oded Fehr Ardeth Bay Erick Avari Terrence Bey Stephen Dunham Henderson Corey Johnson Daniels Tuc Watkins Burns Omid Djalili Pharaoh Seti I Bernard Fox Captain Winston Havelock Patricia Velasquez Edit Storyline An English librarian called Evelyn Carnahan becomes interested in starting an archaeological dig at the ancient city of Hamunaptra.

Taglines: Death is only the beginning. Edit Did You Know? The rides became so popular, the lines would stretch into the main park with riders waiting for hours in the hot California or Florida sun.

To alleviate the stress of waiting, when the lines would move, fans of the movie would wearily chant "Im-ho-tep. Goofs Near the end of the film, in the final fight scene between Imhotep and Rick, Imhotep grabs Rick and opens his huge mouth but, on the shot after, Evelyn starts reading the spell to make Imhotep mortal and his mouth is open regularly.

Home of Imhotep, Pharaoh's high priest, keeper of the dead. Birthplace of Anck Su Namun, Pharaoh's mistress. No other man was allowed to touch her.

But for their love, they were willing to risk life itself. Crazy Credits At the end credits of the film, the main cast and crews' names are first presented in hieroglyphics, then change into Roman English fonts that have a hieroglyphic-like look to them the rest of the credits are also in this font.

In more recent years, CT scanning has become an invaluable tool in the study of mummification by allowing researchers to digitally "unwrap" mummies without risking damage to the body.

Mummies are typically divided into one of two distinct categories: anthropogenic or spontaneous. Anthropogenic mummies were deliberately created by the living for any number of reasons, the most common being for religious purposes.

Spontaneous mummies, such as Ötzi , were created unintentionally due to natural conditions such as extremely dry heat or cold, or anaerobic conditions such as those found in bogs.

Michael Church in Keminmaa , Finland. Until recently, it was believed that the earliest ancient Egyptian mummies were created naturally due to the environment in which they were buried.

The preservation of the dead had a profound effect on ancient Egyptian religion. Mummification was an integral part of the rituals for the dead beginning as early as the 2nd dynasty about BC.

As Egypt gained more prosperity, burial practices became a status symbol for the wealthy as well. This cultural hierarchy lead to the creation of elaborate tombs , and more sophisticated methods of embalming.

By the 4th dynasty about BC Egyptian embalmers began to achieve "true mummification" through a process of evisceration. Much of this early experimentation with mummification in Egypt is unknown.

The few documents that directly describe the mummification process date to the Greco-Roman period. The majority of the papyri that have survived only describe the ceremonial rituals involved in embalming, not the actual surgical processes involved.

A text known as The Ritual of Embalming does describe some of the practical logistics of embalming; however, there are only two known copies and each is incomplete.

The tomb of Tjay , designated TT23 , is one of only two known which show the wrapping of a mummy Riggs Another text that describes the processes being used in latter periods is Herodotus ' Histories.

Written in Book 2 of the Histories is one of the most detailed descriptions of the Egyptian mummification process, including the mention of using natron in order to dehydrate corpses for preservation.

By utilizing current advancements in technology, scientists have been able to uncover a plethora of new information about the techniques used in mummification.

A series of CT scans performed on a 2,year-old mummy in revealed a tool that was left inside the cranial cavity of the skull. This discovery helped to dispel the claim within Herodotus' works that the rod had been a hook made of iron.

While attempting to replicate Egyptian mummification, Brier and Wade discovered that removal of the brain was much easier when the brain was liquefied and allowed to drain with the help of gravity , as opposed to trying to pull the organ out piece-by-piece with a hook.

Through various methods of study over many decades, modern Egyptologists now have an accurate understanding of how mummification was achieved in ancient Egypt.

The first and most important step was to halt the process of decomposition, by removing the internal organs and washing out the body with a mix of spices and palm wine.

The internal organs were also dried and either sealed in individual jars, or wrapped to be replaced within the body. This process typically took forty days.

After dehydration, the mummy was wrapped in many layers of linen cloth. Within the layers, Egyptian priests placed small amulets to guard the decedent from evil.

Resin was also applied to the coffin in order to seal it. The mummy was then sealed within its tomb, alongside the worldly goods that were believed to help aid it in the afterlife.

Aspergillus niger has been found in the mummies of ancient Egyptian tombs and can be inhaled when they are disturbed. Mummification is one of the defining customs in ancient Egyptian society for people today.

The practice of preserving the human body is believed to be a quintessential feature of Egyptian life. Yet even mummification has a history of development and was accessible to different ranks of society in different ways during different periods.

There were at least three different processes of mummification according to Herodotus. They range from "the most perfect" to the method employed by the "poorer classes".

The most expensive process was to preserve the body by dehydration and protect against pests, such as insects. Almost all of the actions Herodotus described serve one of these two functions.

First, the brain was removed from the cranium through the nose; the gray matter was discarded. Modern mummy excavations have shown that instead of an iron hook inserted through the nose as Herodotus claims, a rod was used to liquefy the brain via the cranium, which then drained out the nose by gravity.

The embalmers then rinsed the skull with certain drugs that mostly cleared any residue of brain tissue and also had the effect of killing bacteria.

Next, the embalmers made an incision along the flank with a sharp blade fashioned from an Ethiopian stone and removed the contents of the abdomen.

Herodotus does not discuss the separate preservation of these organs and their placement either in special jars or back in the cavity, a process that was part of the most expensive embalming, according to archaeological evidence.

The abdominal cavity was then rinsed with palm wine and an infusion of crushed, fragrant herbs and spices; the cavity was then filled with spices including myrrh , cassia , and, Herodotus notes, "every other sort of spice except frankincense ", also to preserve the person.

The body was further dehydrated by placing it in natron , a naturally occurring salt, for seventy days. Herodotus insists that the body did not stay in the natron longer than seventy days.

Any shorter time and the body is not completely dehydrated; any longer, and the body is too stiff to move into position for wrapping. The embalmers then wash the body again and wrapped it with linen bandages.

The bandages were covered with a gum that modern research has shown is both waterproofing agent and an antimicrobial agent.

At this point, the body was given back to the family. These "perfect" mummies were then placed in wooden cases that were human-shaped.

Richer people placed these wooden cases in stone sarcophagi that provided further protection. The family placed the sarcophagus in the tomb upright against the wall, according to Herodotus.

The second process that Herodotus describes was used by middle-class people or people who "wish to avoid expense".

In this method, an oil derived from cedar trees was injected with a syringe into the abdomen. A rectal plug prevented the oil from escaping.

This oil probably had the dual purpose of liquefying the internal organs but also of disinfecting the abdominal cavity.

By liquefying the organs, the family avoided the expense of canopic jars and separate preservation. The body was then placed in natron for seventy days.

At the end of this time, the body was removed and the cedar oil, now containing the liquefied organs, was drained through the rectum.

With the body dehydrated, it could be returned to the family. Herodotus does not describe the process of burial of such mummies, but they were perhaps placed in a shaft tomb.

Poorer people used coffins fashioned from terracotta. The third and least-expensive method the embalmers offered was to clear the intestines with an unnamed liquid, injected as an enema.

The body was then placed in natron for seventy days and returned to the family. Herodotus gives no further details. In Christian tradition, some bodies of saints are naturally conserved and venerated.

In addition to the mummies of Egypt, there have been instances of mummies being discovered in other areas of the African continent.

The mummified remains of an infant were discovered during an expedition by archaeologist Fabrizio Mori to Libya during the winter of — in the natural cave structure of Uan Muhuggiag.

Uncovered alongside fragmented animal bone tools was the mummified body of an infant, wrapped in animal skin and wearing a necklace made of ostrich egg shell beads.

Professor Tongiorgi of the University of Pisa radiocarbon-dated the infant to between 5,—8, years old.

A long incision located on the right abdominal wall, and the absence of internal organs, indicated that the body had been eviscerated post-mortem , possibly in an effort to preserve the remains.

Johan Binneman in The mummies of Asia are usually considered to be accidental. The decedents were buried in just the right place where the environment could act as an agent for preservation.

This is particularly common in the desert areas of the Tarim Basin and Iran. Mummies have been discovered in more humid Asian climates, however these are subject to rapid decay after being removed from the grave.

Mummies from various dynasties throughout China 's history have been discovered in several locations across the country. They are almost exclusively considered to be unintentional mummifications.

Many areas in which mummies have been uncovered are difficult for preservation, due to their warm, moist climates.

This makes the recovery of mummies a challenge, as exposure to the outside world can cause the bodies to decay in a matter of hours.

An example of a Chinese mummy that was preserved despite being buried in an environment not conducive to mummification is Xin Zhui.

Also known as Lady Dai, she was discovered in the early s at the Mawangdui archaeological site in Changsha.

Her corpse was so well-preserved that surgeons from the Hunan Provincial Medical Institute were able to perform an autopsy. Among the mummies discovered in China are those termed Tarim mummies because of their discovery in the Tarim Basin.

The dry desert climate of the basin proved to be an excellent agent for desiccation. For this reason, over Tarim mummies, which are over 4, years old, were excavated from a cemetery in the present-day Xinjiang region.

Mair claims that " the earliest mummies in the Tarim Basin were exclusively Caucasoid, or Europoid " with "east Asian migrants arriving in the eastern portions of the Tarim Basin around 3, years ago", while Mair also notes that it was not until that the Uighur peoples settled in the area.

As of , at least eight mummified human remains have been recovered from the Douzlakh Salt Mine at Chehr Abad in northwestern Iran. Later isotopic research on the other mummies returned similar dates, however, many of these individuals were found to be from a region that is not closely associated with the mine.

It was during this time that researchers determined the mine suffered a major collapse, which likely caused the death of the miners.

In , a team of Russian archaeologists led by Dr. Also known as Princess Ukok, the mummy was dressed in finely detailed clothing and wore an elaborate headdress and jewelry.

Alongside her body were buried six decorated horses and a symbolic meal for her last journey. The Ice Maiden has been a source of some recent controversy.

The mummy's skin has suffered some slight decay, and the tattoos have faded since the excavation. Some residents of the Altai Republic , formed after the breakup of the Soviet Union , have requested the return of the Ice Maiden, who is currently stored in Novosibirsk in Siberia.

Another Siberian mummy, a man, was discovered much earlier in His skin was also marked with tattoos of two monsters resembling griffins , which decorated his chest, and three partially obliterated images which seem to represent two deer and a mountain goat on his left arm.

Philippine mummies are called Kabayan Mummies. They are common in Igorot culture and their heritage. The mummies are found in some areas named Kabayan , Sagada and among others.

The mummies are dated between the 14th and 19th centuries. The European continent is home to a diverse spectrum of spontaneous and anthropogenic mummies.

The Capuchin monks that inhabited the area left behind hundreds of intentionally-preserved bodies that have provided insight into the customs and cultures of people from various eras.

One of the oldest mummies nicknamed Ötzi was discovered on this continent. New mummies continue to be uncovered in Europe well into the 21st Century.

The United Kingdom , the Republic of Ireland , Germany , the Netherlands , Sweden , and Denmark have produced a number of bog bodies , mummies of people deposited in sphagnum bogs , apparently as a result of murder or ritual sacrifices.

In such cases, the acidity of the water, low temperature and lack of oxygen combined to tan the body's skin and soft tissues. The skeleton typically disintegrates over time.

Such mummies are remarkably well preserved on emerging from the bog, with skin and internal organs intact; it is even possible to determine the decedent's last meal by examining stomach contents.

She was erroneously identified as an early medieval Danish queen, and for that reason was placed in a royal sarcophagus at the Saint Nicolai Church, Vejle , where she currently remains.

Another bog body, also from Denmark, known as the Tollund Man was discovered in The corpse was noted for its excellent preservation of the face and feet, which appeared as if the man had recently died.

Only the head of Tollund Man remains, due to the decomposition of the rest of his body, which was not preserved along with the head. The mummies of the Canary Islands belong to the indigenous Guanche people and date to the time before 14th Century Spanish explorers settled in the area.

All deceased people within the Guanche culture were mummified during this time, though the level of care taken with embalming and burial varied depending on individual social status.

Embalming was carried out by specialized groups, organized according to gender, who were considered unclean by the rest of the community.

The techniques for embalming were similar to those of the ancient Egyptians; involving evisceration, preservation, and stuffing of the evacuated bodily cavities, then wrapping of the body in animal skins.

Despite the successful techniques utilized by the Guanche, very few mummies remain due to looting and desecration.

The majority of mummies recovered in the Czech Republic come from underground crypts. While there is some evidence of deliberate mummification, most sources state that desiccation occurred naturally due to unique conditions within the crypts.

The Capuchin Crypt in Brno contains three hundred years of mummified remains directly below the main altar.

The unique air quality and topsoil within the crypt naturally preserved the bodies over time. Approximately fifty mummies were discovered in an abandoned crypt beneath the Church of St.

The Klatovy catacombs currently house an exhibition of Jesuit mummies, alongside some aristocrats, that were originally interred between and In the early s, the mummies were accidentally damaged during repairs, resulting in the loss of bodies.

The newly updated airing system preserves the thirty-eight bodies that are currently on display. She was found with several artifacts made of bronze, consisting of buttons, a belt plate, and rings, showing she was of higher class.

All of the hair had been removed from the skull later when farmers had dug through the casket. Her original hairstyle is unknown. All three mummies were dated to — BC.

The Skrydstrup Woman was unearthed from a tumulus in Southern Jutland, in Carbon dating showed that she had died around BC; examination also revealed that she was around 18—19 years old at the time of death, and that she had been buried in the summertime.

Her hair had been drawn up in an elaborate hairstyle, which was then covered by a horse hair hairnet made by the sprang technique.

She was wearing a blouse and a necklace as well as two golden earrings, showing she was of higher class. The Egtved Girl , dated to BC, was also found inside a sealed coffin within a tumulus, in She was wearing a bodice and a skirt, including a belt and bronze bracelets.

Found with the girl, at her feet, were the cremated remains of a child and, by her head, a box containing some bronze pins, a hairnet, and an awl. The discovery proved to be scientifically important, and by an exhibition was established in the Museum of Natural History in Budapest.

Unique to the Hungarian mummies are their elaborately decorated coffins, with no two being exactly alike.

The varied geography and climatology of Italy has led to many cases of spontaneous mummification. The oldest natural mummy in Europe was discovered in in the Ötztal Alps on the Austrian-Italian border.

Nicknamed Ötzi , the mummy is a 5,year-old male believed to be a member of the Tamins-Carasso-Isera cultural group of South Tyrol.

The Capuchin Catacombs of Palermo were built in the 16th century by the friars of Palermo's Capuchin monastery. Originally intended to hold the deliberately mummified remains of dead friars, interment in the catacombs became a status symbol for the local population in the following centuries.

Burials continued until the s, with one of the final burials being that of Rosalia Lombardo. In all, the catacombs host nearly mummies.

See: Catacombe dei Cappuccini. The most recent discovery of mummies in Italy came in , when sixty mummified human remains were found in the crypt of the Conversion of St Paul church in Roccapelago di Pievepelago , Italy.

Built in the 15th century as a cannon hold and later converted in the 16th century, the crypt had been sealed once it had reached capacity, leaving the bodies to be protected and preserved.

The crypt was reopened during restoration work on the church, revealing the diverse array of mummies inside.

The bodies were quickly moved to a museum for further study. The mummies of North America are often steeped in controversy, as many of these bodies have been linked to still-existing native cultures.

While the mummies provide a wealth of historically-significant data, native cultures and tradition often demands the remains be returned to their original resting places.

This has led to many legal actions by Native American councils, leading to most museums keeping mummified remains out of the public eye.

In , eight remarkably preserved mummies were discovered at an abandoned Inuit settlement called Qilakitsoq , in Greenland. The "Greenland Mummies" consisted of a six-month-old baby, a four-year-old boy, and six women of various ages, who died around years ago.

Their bodies were naturally mummified by the sub-zero temperatures and dry winds in the cave in which they were found.

Intentional mummification in pre-Columbian Mexico was practiced by the Aztec culture. These bodies are collectively known as Aztec mummies.

Genuine Aztec mummies were "bundled" in a woven wrap and often had their faces covered by a ceremonial mask. See: Aztec mummy. Natural mummification has been known to occur in several places in Mexico; this includes the mummies of Guanajuato.

The museum claims to have the smallest mummy in the world on display a mummified fetus. Spirit Cave Man was discovered in during salvage work prior to guano mining activity that was scheduled to begin in the area.

The mummy is a middle-aged male, found completely dressed and lying on a blanket made of animal skin.

Radiocarbon tests in the s dated the mummy to being nearly 9, years old. The remains were held at the Nevada State Museum , though the local Native American community began petitioning to have the remains returned and reburied in After DNA sequencing determined that the remains were in fact related to modern Native Americans, they were repatriated to the tribe in Mummies from the Oceania are not limited only to Australia.

Discoveries of mummified remains have also been located in New Zealand , and the Torres Strait , [94] though these mummies have been historically harder to examine and classify.

The aboriginal mummification traditions found in Australia are thought be related to those found in the Torres Strait islands, [96] the inhabitants of which achieved a high level of sophisticated mummification techniques See: Torres Strait.

Australian mummies lack some of the technical ability of the Torres Strait mummies, however much of the ritual aspects of the mummification process are similar.

The reason for this seems to be for easier transport of bodies by more nomadic tribes. The mummies of the Torres Strait have a considerably higher level of preservation technique as well as creativity compared to those found on Australia.

In the case of smoking, some tribes would collect the fat that drained from the body to mix with ocher to create red paint that would then be smeared back on the skin of the mummy.

In the 19th Century, many of the trophies were acquired by Europeans who found the tattooed skin to be a phenomenal curiosity.

Westerners began to offer valuable commodities in exchange for the uniquely tattooed mummified heads. The heads were later put on display in museums, 16 of which being housed across France alone.

There is also evidence that some Maori tribes may have practiced full-body mummification, though the practice is not thought to have been widespread.

There is still controversy, however, as to the nature of the mummification process. Some bodies appear to be spontaneously created by the natural environment, while others exhibit signs of deliberate practices.

General modern consensus tends to agree that there could be a mixture of both types of mummification, similar to that of the ancient Egyptian mummies.

The South American continent contains some of the oldest mummies in the world, both deliberate and accidental. The Pacific coastal desert in Peru and Chile is one of the driest areas in the world and the dryness facilitated mummification.

Rather than developing elaborate processes such as later-dynasty ancient Egyptians, the early South Americans often left their dead in naturally dry or frozen areas, though some did perform surgical preparation when mummification was intentional.

The bodies had often been wrapped for burial in finely-woven textiles. The Chinchorro mummies are the oldest intentionally prepared mummified bodies ever found.

Beginning in 5th millennium BC and continuing for an estimated 3, years, [] all human burials within the Chinchorro culture were prepared for mummification.

The bodies were carefully prepared, beginning with removal of the internal organs and skin, before being left in the hot, dry climate of the Atacama Desert , which aided in desiccation.

Several naturally-preserved, unintentional mummies dating from the Incan period — AD have been found in the colder regions of Argentina , Chile , and Peru.

These are collectively known as "ice mummies". He was considered to be the most well-preserved ice mummy in the world until the discovery of Mummy Juanita in Mummy Juanita was discovered near the summit of Ampato in the Peruvian section of the Andes mountains by archaeologist Johan Reinhard.

Several Incan ceremonial artifacts and temporary shelters uncovered in the surrounding area seem to support this theory.

More evidence that the Inca left sacrificial victims to die in the elements, and later be unintentionally preserved, came in with the discovery of the Llullaillaco mummies on the border of Argentina and Chile.

Chewed coca leaves found inside the eldest child's mouth upon her discovery in supports this theory. The bodies of Inca emperors and wives were mummified after death.

In , the Spanish conquistadors of the Inca Empire viewed the mummies in the Inca capital of Cuzco. The mummies were displayed, often in lifelike positions, in the palaces of the deceased emperors and had a retinue of servants to care for them.

The Spanish were impressed with the quality of the mummification which involved removal of the organs, embalming, and freeze-drying.

The population revered the mummies of the Inca emperors. This reverence seemed idolatry to the Roman Catholic Spanish and in they confiscated the mummies.

The mummies were taken to Lima where they were displayed in the San Andres Hospital. The mummies deteriorated in the humid climate of Lima and eventually they were either buried or destroyed by the Spanish.

An attempt to find the mummies of the Inca emperors beneath the San Andres hospital in was unsuccessful. The archaeologists found a crypt, but it was empty.

Possibly the mummies had been removed when the building was repaired after an earthquake. Monks whose bodies remain incorrupt without any traces of deliberate mummification are venerated by some Buddhists who believe they successfully were able to mortify their flesh to death.

Self-mummification was practiced until the late s in Japan and has been outlawed since the early s. Many Mahayana Buddhist monks were reported to know their time of death and left their last testaments and their students accordingly buried them sitting in lotus position , put into a vessel with drying agents such as wood, paper, or lime and surrounded by bricks, to be exhumed later, usually after three years.

The preserved bodies would then be decorated with paint and adorned with gold. Bodies purported to be those of self-mummified monks are exhibited in several Japanese shrines, and it has been claimed that the monks, prior to their death, stuck to a sparse diet made up of salt, nuts , seeds , roots , pine bark, and urushi tea.

In the s, Jeremy Bentham , the founder of utilitarianism , left instructions to be followed upon his death which led to the creation of a sort of modern-day mummy.

He asked that his body be displayed to illustrate how the "horror at dissection originates in ignorance"; once so displayed and lectured about, he asked that his body parts be preserved, including his skeleton minus his skull, which despite being mis-preserved, was displayed beneath his feet until theft required it to be stored elsewhere , [] which were to be dressed in the clothes he usually wore and "seated in a Chair usually occupied by me when living in the attitude in which I am sitting when engaged in thought".

His body, outfitted with a wax head created because of problems preparing it as Bentham requested, is on open display in the University College London.

During the early 20th century, the Russian movement of Cosmism , as represented by Nikolai Fyodorovich Fyodorov , envisioned scientific resurrection of dead people.

The idea was so popular that, after Vladimir Lenin 's death, Leonid Krasin and Alexander Bogdanov suggested to cryonically preserve his body and brain in order to revive him in the future.

In late 19th-century Venezuela, a German-born doctor named Gottfried Knoche conducted experiments in mummification at his laboratory in the forest near La Guaira.

He developed an embalming fluid based on an aluminum chloride compound that mummified corpses without having to remove the internal organs.

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