- 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.70) Takabuti’s Teeth
- Life and Times of Takabuti in Ancient Egypt
- Liverpool University Press
An odontological examination was undertaken of Takabuti’s teeth, as such studies can furnish a wealth of information about the deceased person. They can provide direct evidence of the individual’s diet; they can provide data that contributes to our understanding of health and disease in antiquity; and teeth have the potential to provide information about social and cultural behaviour....
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