. A newly resurrected ancient smell may help reveal the life of a woman entombed with pharaohs « JO LEE MAGAZINE

CNN – Those eager to sample this whiff of the past will be able to find what the researchers have dubbed “the scent of the eternity” during an upcoming exhibition at the Moesgaard Museum in Denmark. Also called “the scent of eternal life,” the fragrance is based on the beeswax, plant oils and tree resins from distant lands the team found within balms used more than 3,500 years ago to preserve Senetnay, a noblewoman whose remains were placed within canopic jars and discovered in Egypt’s Valley of the Kings in 1900.

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