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[AE-ES] Test ADN momia Tutankhamon

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Lenka P Pro User disse:

Beautiful detail, Hans. The stela is dedicated to her by the scribe of the tomb Ramose.
Postado 21 meses atrás.

2008_0610_162146AA Egyptian Museum, Turin


2008_0610_162146AA Egyptian Museum, Turin por Hans Ollermann.
Stele of the Syrian goddess Kadesh.
Her double aspect: warrior-like and erotic is emphacized by her asssociation with Min god of fertility and Reshep, the warrior god.
Limestone.
Deir-el-Medina.
New Kingdom.
Dyasty XIX, (1292-1186 B.C.)
Egyptian Museum, Turin.

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2008_0610_162133AA Egyptian Museum, Turin por Hans Ollermann.
Stele of the Syrian goddess Kadesh.
Her double aspect: warrior-like and erotic is emphacized by her asssociation with Min god of fertility and Reshep, the warrior god.
Limestone.
Deir-el-Medina.
New Kingdom.
Dyasty XIX, (1292-1186 B.C.)
Egyptian Museum, Turin.

2008_0610_162118AA Egyptian Museum, Turin


2008_0610_162118AA Egyptian Museum, Turin por Hans Ollermann.
Stele of the Syrian goddess Kadesh.
Her double aspect: warrior-like and erotic is emphacized by her asssociation with Min god of fertility and Reshep, the warrior god.
Limestone.
Deir-el-Medina.
New Kingdom.
Dyasty XIX, (1292-1186 B.C.)
Egyptian Museum, Turin.



[AE-ES] Test ADN momia Tutankhamon

Queridos todos. Parece ser que, por fín, el próximo miércoles saldremos de dudas en lo referente a los orígenes de Tutankhamon ya que, según la noticia que os adjunto, ese día darán a conocer los resultados de los estudios de ADN realizados en la momia del joven faraón: http://sp.rian.ru/onlinenews/20100213/125101443.html



Egipto se prepara para desvelar al mundo el origen de Tutankamón

16:13 | 13/ 02/ 2010

El Cairo, 13 de febrero, RIA Novosti. Investigadores egipcios presentarán dentro de poco los resultados de una prueba ADN realizada con la momia de Tutankamón, niño proclamado faraón a la edad de nueve años y que gobernó Egipto durante casi una década hace más de tres milenios, escribe hoy la prensa local.

"Estamos dispuestos a desvelar el misterioso origen de Tutankamón a partir de los tests ADN", anunció Zahi Hawass, presidente del Consejo Superior egipcio de Antigüedades.

Los resultados de un estudio que Egipto llevó a cabo por cuenta propia se darán a conocer el próximo miércoles en el Museo de El Cairo donde se exponen las joyas descubiertas en la tumba de Tutankamón, cerca de Luxor, por el arqueólogo británico Hovard Carter, en 1922.

Un halo de misterio rodeó durante décadas el origen del faraón niño y su muerte prematura. Algunos investigadores consideran que es un hijo de la Nefertiti, la bella reina de Egipto. Entre posibles padres de Tutankamón se mencionan el faraón Amenhotep III (Akenatón) y su corregente y sucesor Semenejkara.

Expertos occidentales ya dieron a entender ya que las pruebas ADN son insuficientes para determinar con plena exactitud la genealogía del faraón niño.

http://sp.rian.ru/onlinenews/20100213/125101443.html

Un abrazo,

Mercedes González
Instituto de Estudios Científicos en Momias (IECIM)
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