Scientists have reproduced the voice of a 3,000-year-old mummified priest with the help of a 3D printer which recreated the individual’s vocal tract, and while the result is only a short burst of sound, hopefully with further work, his full voice could be reproduced.

Nesyamun was an Egyptian priest and scribe who lived at the time of pharaoh Ramses XI (around 1099–1069 BC) and worked at the temple of Karnak in Thebes.



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