Season 33, Episode 1 The Mummy Who Would Be King
First Aired: January 3, 2006
The history of a mummy that was part of a Niagara Falls Museum display is unraveled, with evidence pointing toward it being the body of a pharaoh---Rameses I. The first hint (its crossed arms) to its origins was spotted in the 1960s, but it wasn't until 1998, when Emory University purchased the display, that the mummy was a serious study topic, including CT scans. Included: insights from Egyptologist Salima Ikram and Zahi Hawass, Egypt's director of antiquities.
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