- Title Pages
1Takabuti: The Historical Evidence
- Introduction to the Takabuti Project
- Takabuti and the Museums of Belfast
- Life and Death in Egypt during the 25th Dynasty
- The Coffin of Takabuti
- Takabuti’s Arrival in Belfast and the First Scientific Studies
- The Orientalist Revd Dr Edward Hincks (1792–1866)
2Scientific Analysis of Takabuti’s Historical Date, Ancestry and Place of Residence
- Radiocarbon Dating of Takabuti
- Radiocarbon Dating
- Mitochondrial DNA of Takabuti
- Takabuti’s Hair
3Takabuti’s Age, Health and Diet
- Imaging Takabuti: Radiology and Osteology
- Takabuti’s Teeth
- Takabuti’s Health: Techniques and Findings
- Retrieval of Tissue Samples
- Stable Isotopes and Takabuti’s Diet
4Takabuti’s Death and Mummification
- How Did Takabuti Die?
- Weapons Possibly Involved in Takabuti’s Murder
- Mummification Methods Used on Takabuti
- Analysis of Takabuti’s Mummification Resin and Packing Material
- The Face of Takabuti
- Takabuti – in Life, in Death and as Part of a Museum Collection
- Takabuti’s Legacy
- (p.58) Takabuti’s Hair
- Life and Times of Takabuti in Ancient Egypt
- Liverpool University Press
The mummified remains of Takabuti were intact from the day she was embalmed until 1835 when she was ‘unrolled’. Therefore her body and hair were protected from the elements by layers of bandages and resin for c. 2,500 years. The hair is described in the ...
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