2,600-year-old tragedy: Egyptian mummy of 12-wk-old child teaches us the ‘retrograde’ value of life

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by Hilary White, Rome Correspondent May 23, 2014 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Nearly three thousand years ago, an Egyptian mother lost her unborn child, and out of love wrapped his body in linen cloths and buried him in a miniature sarcophagus, made of plaster and painted with a haunting portrait. The child was buried in the Egyptian manner… (104)

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