The face of a young Egyptian woman who lived at least 2,years-ago has been reconstructed from a 3D print out of her skull. The forensic techniques employed revealed surprising facts about the beautiful woman, who has been named Meritamun, meaning beloved of the god Amun. Researchers from the University of Melbourne in Australia, in collaboration with the Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine, used new technologies, including CT scanning, 3D printing and well known forensic facial reconstruction. Although, the mummy is incomplete, the remains stayed wrapped throughout the process. The 3D printed skull of Meritamun took hours to print.
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Beautiful Egyptian women If your fantasy draws you an image of Cleopatra and Nefertiti, you should know: Traditional women's clothes hide her face and her body, so that no one but her husband or parents can see her. The destiny of an Egyptian women, as befits a true Muslim, is her house, children, husband. Her you will not find women on the market, or among the service staff at the hotel. However, no one even thinks that Egyptian women are unhappy:
The Face of a Beautiful Egyptian Woman Brought to Life from 2,000-Year-Old Mummy
In ancient Egypt, Egyptian women were ahead of their time. They could not only rule the country, but also had many of the same basic human rights as men. A woman was entitled to administer her own property and dispose of it as she wished.
In a culture bound by oppression, Egyptian women never stood a chance in acquiring the same fame, power and success of that of an Egyptian man. Women stood in the background while men stood in the forefront taking credit for work women also contributed too. Yet, despite all of that, there are many women who have soared to heights of success that were unmatched to that of a man at the time. There have been women who thrived and triumphed against all odds.