The Beauty of Xiaohe or Little River, 3,800 years old, mummified remains of a Caucasian woman found in Western China along with other European mummies and artifacts. These Tarim Basin mummies are controversial in China as they are evidence of Europeans in China before the Han Chinese themselves. (rw)

The Beauty of Xiaohe or Little River, years old, mummified remains of a Caucasian woman found in Western China along with other European mummies and artifacts.

This young tattooed woman with long black hair died in northern Chile over 3410 years ago.

Remains: This young tattooed mummified woman with long black hair died in northern Chile over 3410 years ago.

"Soap Lady" at the Mutter Museum - Very scary up close, in person

"Soap Lady" at the Mutter Museum. The first X-rays taken of the Soap Lady in 1987 revealed buttons and pins on her clothing that that were not manufactured in the United States until the

Catacombs

The Paris Catacombs, history and tourist info about this underground tunnel and ossuary in Paris, France.

viking skull

viking skull

Bone Daddy gets back to nature.

beautiful macabre skull and moths , halloween gothic art photo

The Guanajuato mummies were discovered in the cemetery of Guanajuato, a city northwest of Mexico City. It turned out that the combination of area's dry atmosphere and the mineral content of the soil preserves and naturally mummifies bodies, a process which only takes 5 or 6 years.

The Guanajuato mummies were discovered in the cemetery of Guanajuato, northwest of Mexico City. The combination of a dry atmosphere and mineral content of the soil preserves and naturally mummifies bodies, a process which takes years.

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baby child mummys

baby child mummys

Skull and Bone Chandelier in Cabaret Neant, Paris - Vintage Postcard

The Valley of the Dead – Naples Fontanelle Cemetery

The Valley of the Dead – Naples Fontanelle Cemetery, province of Naples, Campania

Die „Schöne von Xiaohe“: die etwa 4000 Jahre alte Mumie einer Frau aus dem westlichen China.

Here is a full-length image of one of the mummies buried in China's Taklamakan Desert with the earliest known pieces of cheese.

The world’s oldest mummies buried more than 7,000 years ago in the arid desert of northern Chile are being turned into black slime by climate change. Scientists have found that growing humidity can cause an explosion of bacteria living on the preserved skin of the Chinchorro mummies.The bacteria then feeds on the ancient skin, causing it to break down into a black slime. Photo credit: Vivien Standen

Ancient Chilean Mummies now turning into black ooze

Fear the Reaper (Art)

Fear the Reaper (Art)

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