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From: "brian quinn" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Queen of Egypt Mummy
Date: Sat, 30 Jun 2007 17:11:03 +1000
Gabriela, I wouldn't be at all surprised that some male mummys were found to
be R1b, especially the earliest dynasty, like some of the tribes on the
other side of the Sinai and just like their modern population. They would
not be surprised at all. They probably looking for the funds to start a
testing lab and get the credit and consequent jobs themselves and rightly
Though I have a suspicion that all those unguents/bitumen/natron etc might
well spoil the dna.
Date: Fri, 29 Jun 2007 16:30:28 -0400
From: Gabriela Novak <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Queen of Egypt Mummy...
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Do you know if any of the Egyptian mummies stored in museums around
the world have been tested?
On 29-Jun-07, at 4:19 PM, Cheryl Simani wrote:
> It seems that the Egyptian authorities are tightly controlling all
> DNA testing on the royal mummies. A few years back they make the
> assertion that (their) DNA tests proved modern Egyptians are the
> direct descendants of the ancient Egyptians. This statement smacks
> of a political agenda.
> "Peter J. Roberts" <> wrote:
> This is one of several news reports noting that Douglas Wallace
> would DNA test a mummy believed to be Ramesses I.
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