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Helen Strudwick
It spent more than 100 years in the museum’s collection before researchers discovered that the baby’s body was inside.
This high respect and compassionate perspective on pregnancy is something that should be universally duplicated within our culture.
The baby is the youngest ever example of a human fetus to be embalmed and buried in Egyptian society.
Archaeologists made an amazing discovery recently when they found the mummy of a tiny, 16- to 18-week gestation baby taken from a tomb in Egypt.
Egyptologist Helen Strudwick talks about her work in helping to discover the youngest mummified fetus in Ancient Egypt history and how new technologies are transforming how we view the past.
We speak with an egyptologist about a the youngest ancient Egyptian mummy ever found.

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