“Bob Brier, Egyptologist and Author
Affectionately known as Mr. Mummy, Dr. Bob Brier is recognized as one of the world’s foremost experts on mummies and Egyptology. As Senior Research Fellow at Long Island University/LIU Post in Brookville, New York, he has conducted pioneering research in mummification practices and has investigated some of the world’s most famous mummies, including King Tut, Vladimir Lenin, Ramses the Great, Eva Peron (Evita), Marquise Tai (Chinese noblewoman), and the Medici family of Renaissance Italy.
Bob Brier has traveled the world and published ten books on the topics of Egyptology and mummies.”-http://drbobbrier.com/about-bob-brier
“…In 1994, Brier and a colleague, Ronald Wade, director of the State Anatomy Board of Maryland, mummified a human cadaver using ancient Egyptian techniques which they noted was the first known effort in 2,000 years. This research earned Brier the affectionate nickname “Mr. Mummy” and was also the subject of the National Geographic television special of the same name, which made him a household name…
…In 1999, Brier gave a series of 48 specially-prepared lectures entitled “The History of Ancient Egypt” for The Teaching Company…”-https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bob_Brier
The featured image is a combination of a canopic coffinette found in the tomb of King Tut. I used it to show what a canopic container could look like. The second photo is the information placard. These photos have nothing directly to do with the video.