Curator said resurrection of mummy would make the 2,000-year-old girl's parents proud.
In a CNET News.com story published yesterday on new technology used in the virtual unwrapping of Sherit, a 2,000-year-old Egyptian child, a museum curator said her team wasn't just producing great science, "they've given Sherit an identity after 2,000 years of anonymity."
"We've brought her back to life," said Lisa Schwappach-Shirriff, of the Rosicrucian museum. "We're resurrected her. Her parents would be thrilled." Click here for full story.