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WASHINGTON – As a pathologist, Michael Zimmerman was familiar with dead bodies, but when he was asked to autopsy a mummy for the first time he wasn’t sure what to expect. There were a dozen layers of wrapping that he peeled off one at a time “like Chinese boxes,” he said. When he finished, he found the body was dark brown and hard, and “smelled like old books.”.
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