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A team of researchers is giving the world a chance to see the faces of two Egyptian women who walked the earth about 2,300 years ago.Experts in fields ranging from fine art, osteology, computer tomology and craniofacial reconstruction, worked together to create the likenesses from two mummies acquired abroad and brought to Baltimore more than a century ago.The veteran of archaeological digs was familiar with Western collectors' treatment of ancient artifacts, particularly Egyptian mummies.John F. Goucher, a local minister, missionary and educator, acquired a mummy in 1895 and brought it to Baltimore, where he donated it to the school he'd founded, the Baltimore Woman's College, later renamed Goucher College.For Balachandran, the exhibit is a new way of looking into the ancient past.
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