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Rebuilt the voice of a mummy of 3 thousand years
To listen you are likely to remain disappointed, but it is also always a voice that is off 3 thousand years ago to speak to us. And' the voice of Nesyamun, the body of which is guarded by about two centuries in the museum of Leeds, a team of researchers from the university of London was able to rebuild up to restiturne the stamp to our ears. It is a sound that lasts for less than a second but has all the charm of the sound that comes from the mouth of a man who lived in Ancient Egypt.
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