Excitement in Ancient History!

The Ohio Historical Society is partnering with The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center to apply the latest medical technology to uncover the story of Nesykhonsupashery, a young woman who lived and died in ancient Egypt during the reign of the Ptolemys between 300 – 200 B.C.

Photograph of the sarcophagus of Nesykhonsupashery, credit David Barker 2012.

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